BJP spokesperson tells RJD leader Abdul Bari Siddiqui to go to Pakistan after video of leader advising children to stay abroad went viral
Bharatiya Janata Party spokesperson Nikhil Anand slammed the senior Rashtra Janata Dal after his video of him went viral where he said that he advised his children to settle abroad as the situation in the country is not good. The comments by the BJP spokesperson comes as a response to Siddiqui.
BJP spokesperson Nikhil Anand in his statement said that the RJD leader’s remarks are anti-india and added that if the RJD leader feels so suppressed, then he should move to Pakistan and give up his privileges as political leader.
Anand also said that as Siddiqui is close to the RJD chief Lalu Yadav, hence his statements also reflect the party’s culture. BJP’s Nikhil Anand also accused Sidiqui for not being able to get out of Madarsa and ghetto culture. He further added in his Twitter statement that it is well known that such people run anti-india and religious agenda under the guise of secularism and liberalism.
The BJP spokesperson also sought an apology from the RJD’s veteran leader for making such claims and also accused him of targeting the people belonging to Hindu community.
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RJD leader Abdul Bari Siddiqui statements
The RJD leader in Bihar last week had said that he advised his children who are studying abroad to get jobs there and settle there as the country’s situation is not good. He also added in his statement that he has a son who is studying at Harvard and a daughter who has a degree from London School of Economics.
Siddiqui further added that when he advised his children to settle abroad, his children responded with hesitance and cited that he was living in India. The veteran leader also stated that he told his children that they won’t be able to cope.
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