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“Modi ko angar laga ke silga dalo (set Modi on fire)” says Muslim woman in pro-hijab protest organized by NCP: Pune

In a ‘protest’ organized by Sharad Pawar’s NCP (Nationalist Congress Party) in Pune in support of ‘Hijab’, a Muslim woman was heard saying “Modi ko angar laga ke sulga do” (set Modi on fire). The lack of knowledge that these women possess was evident from the fact that she goes on to say that PM Modi brought in the rule banning Hijab in Karnataka.

For the record, it was the college administration of a government college in Karnataka’s Udupi that denied entry to students wearing the Hijab as it isn’t part of the uniform. The hand of PFI has come to the fore in the entire controversy manufactured by anti-Bharat forces.

As HinduPost had pointed out Campus Front of India(CFI), the student wing of the Islamist organization PFI seems to be behind manufacturing the hijab issue in Udupi, Karnataka. The students who initiated the protest were in contact with CFI before they started wearing hijab to the college and had sought their help in getting the college management to allow hijab.

Parties like NCP are now attempting to draw political mileage. The extent of Muslim indoctrination is also apparent in the Muslim woman’s remark who seems to think that PM Modi has brought in this ‘rule’. The manner in which the entire issue has escalated raises doubts as to whether anti-national forces are attempting to set Bharat afire again as they did by manufacturing anti-CAA and farmer protests.

(Featured Image Source: TV9 Marathi/Twitter)

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