A video of NCP Nagpur City Minority Department President Arbaaz Khan went viral recently in which he is seen threatening and abusing Hindus. In addition to using extremely vulgar and derogatory language in the video Khan has also displayed arrogance by sharing his residential address and daring Hindus to act against him if they have the guts to do so.
In the viral video, Khan says “Hindu bhaiyon ko bolta hoon chalega jao India chodke nahi toh maa c**d dunga tumhari”. Khan further threatens with extremely vulgar language when he says that Hindu women are roaming naked on the streets and he would rape the mothers and sisters if Hindus don’t leave Bharat. He ends the video by issuing a challenge and says “I’m Arbaaz Khan residing in plot no 157 Katol road Nagpur, friends colony” if you have the guts then you can come Khan said while sharing his phone number.
Hindus, however, took up the challenge seriously and said that if the administration doesn’t act against Khan then they are capable of doing so themselves as Hindus are not cowards. Following this, the bravery of Khan seems to have vanished into thin air as he put out another video issuing an apology.
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In the apology video, Khan said that his abusive video that went viral is an old one and he apologizes for it. He asks for forgiveness saying that it was a mistake on his part and that he apologizes for the same for folded hands. Khan also adds “please mujhe maaf kar dijiye. agli baar se aisa kuch nahi hoga. I’m so sorry” (please forgive me. I will not repeat this mistake in the future).
There is no clarity as to whether NCP has initiated any action against Khan for his derogatory and vulgar comments. However, it is even more appalling that Hindu leaders of both the NCP and the ruling Shiv Sena led-MVA (Maha Vikas Aghadi) alliance including Home Minister Anil Deshmukh who hails from Nagpur have remained conveniently silent. It remains to be seen if Hindutva party Shiv Sena’s leaders would call for action against Khan or at least condemn the deplorable video.
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