Union Minister M Venkaiah says chanting “Bharat Mata Ki Jai” is not compulsory for everyone

NEW DELHI: Union Parliamentary Affairs Minister M Venikaiah Naidu claimed that chanting “Bharat Mata Ki Jai” is not compulsory for everyone and government has passed no similar order.


Naidu said “Has the government issued any circular saying that those who don’t say ‘Bharat Mata Ki Jai’ should leave the country?”


He also criticized RSS Guru Baba Ramdev and Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis for their controversial statements against Muslims.


He claimed that these statements were based on their own general views.


He said “Things went wrong in our country (earlier) because of such political speeches which were deviating from development plank.”


BJP president Amit Shah defended RSS Guru Baba Ramdev and claimed that what he said was an expression of freedom.


Amit Shah said “I want to know those who talk of free speeches, does it not apply to Baba Ramdev.”


Earlier, Maharashtra CM claimed that those who cannot chant slogan should leave India while Baba Ramdev claimed that he has a power to behead millions of Muslims who refused to chant “Bharat Mata Ki Jai”.


Law and order situation has become worst in India.


Thousands of Muslims are suffering from brutal attacks by Hindu Extremists in every part of the country.