A police complaint has been lodged against Trinamool Congress MP Kalyan Banerjee for hurting religious sentiments. Banerjee, during a rally in Howrah district on Saturday, allegedly referred to Goddess Sita and Lord Ram, targeting the BJP over the Hathras incident in Uttar Pradesh, which has led to controversy. The Hindu Council fiercely accused Banerjee of hurting the feelings of Hindus. A video of Banerjee’s speech in this regard went viral on social media.
A BJP Yuva Morcha activist has lodged a complaint against Banerjee for hurting religious sentiments at the Golabari police station in Howrah district on Sunday. BJP national general secretary Kailash Vijayvargiya alleged that the Trinamool Congress does not care about 70 percent of the state’s population and they are running the government for only 30 percent of the people. Vinod Bansal, national spokesperson of the Vishwa Hindu Parishad, said, “The indecent remarks towards Goddess Sita and Lord Rama have exposed the politics and policies of the Trinamool Congress.” Meanwhile, Banerjee said she had joked and intended There was no hurting anyone’s feelings. He said, “I have received information about the complaint lodged with the police and I will present my side in the court.”
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