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BJP leader Nilesh Rane had called Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) chief Sharad Pawar the reincarnation of Aurangzeb. In protest against this, the NCP has announced a jail bharo agitation on Friday.
NCP spokesperson Mahesh Taapsee says that Nilesh should apologize to the people of Maharashtra for his tweet. He has to delete his tweet within 24 hours.
Also BJP national president JP Nadda and Maharashtra unit chief Chandrashekhar Bawankule should clarify whether they agree with Rane.
Mahesh said that if Rane does not delete the tweets, the NCP will protest with a Jail Bharo movement at MRA Marg police station in South Mumbai on Friday (June 9) at 11 am. NCP has also demanded action from Twitter on Nilesh’s tweet.
Now know what Nilesh Rane wrote on Twitter
BJP leader Nilesh Rane wrote on Twitter on June 7 – Sometimes it seems that Sharad Pawar is the incarnation of Aurangzeb. When elections come near, Pawar Saheb gets worried about the Muslim community.
Why did Nilesh call Sharad Pawar Aurangzeb
In fact, some Muslim youths in Maharashtra posted pictures of Aurangzeb and Tipu Sultan on their status on social media. After this, on June 7, Hindutva organizations took out a protest march in Kolhapur.
During this, violence and stone pelting took place at many places, to control which the police had to resort to lathicharge. 36 people were arrested in these incidents of violence.
After this, NCP Chief Sharad Pawar had said that the situation is such that we should worry about the people of Muslim and Christian religion. Responding to this statement of Pawar, Nilesh had called him the incarnation of Aurangzeb.
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