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Congress president Rahul Gandhi
condemend the Gurugram school bus attack by the anti-‘Padmaavat protesters’, and alleged that the ruling BJP is using “hatred and violence” to set the “country on fire”.
There will never be a cause big enough to justify violence against children. Violence and hatred are the weapons of… https://t.co/q0bsaLMwMj
— Office of RG (@OfficeOfRG)
On the other hands,
Congress MP Digvijaya Singh
seemed to disagree with the party supremo’s viewpoint.
“Films which hurt sentiments of any religion or caste should not be made,” he said.
Films which hurt sentiments of any religion or caste should not be made: Digvijaya Singh on #Padmaavat https://t.co/NdhEXMVKxQ
— ANI (@ANI)
Countering Digvijay’s opinion was
Congress spokesperson Manish Tewari
, who described attempts to block the screening of ‘Padmaavat’ as “reprehensible” and questioned the Centre’s silence on the matter.
Vandalism to 🛑 STOP release of Padmavat is,despicable reprehensible&utterly nauseating. Ques-Why is it happening p… https://t.co/PROTL3WJ2Y
— Manish Tewari (@ManishTewari)
Union minister V K Singh
said that no one is allowed to misrepresent and distort history in the name of freedom of expression.
“Whenever we say something about history we must cross check it. Freedom of expression doesn’t give us any right to tamper with history. We should pacify and resolve the situation by talking to the people who are protesting against the film. They should be asked about their concerns and objections in the film. Whenever there is a clash of interest, things will certainly be messed up,” ANI quoted Singh as saying.
Abhivyakti ki swatantrta itihaas ko todphod karne ki ijazat nahi deti, toh jo viroh kar rahe hain unke saath baith… https://t.co/p3xZtzTR3d
— ANI (@ANI)
Adamantly opposed to the release of ‘Padmaavat’,
BJP leader Suraj Pal Amu
trained guns on the ruling dispensation for not speaking against the movie.
“We are fighting to save our history, culture and this is not just Rajput history but the history of the entire country, and the Prime Minister who talks on Ram Mandir is silent today. The BJP has been doing politics in the name of Hindutva, but none of its leaders are speaking up on Padmaavat. Why?”
BJP leader Subramanian Swamy
chimed in with this bleak observation.
It opens old wounds, and that is why such films should not be made. what is the historical value of it? Zero. They… https://t.co/OrNjvFf1CT
— ANI (@ANI)
AIMIM chief and all-round gadfly
accused the BJP of being complicit in the actions of the fringe groups.
“Fringe have become the MAIN player as they have the tacit support of BJP government,” Owaisi said in a tweet on Thursday.
This is nothing but ‘pakoda’ politics practiced by BJP. Prime Minister & his party have meekly surrendered before t… https://t.co/GSuX05AQ6e
— ANI (@ANI)
Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal
also blamed the BJP-led Haryana government for inaction following the attack by a violent mob on a school bus ferrying children in Gurugram.
“When they attacked Muslims all were silent; when they attacked Dalit even then all were silent; now they are coming after our children – can we still afford to be silent,” the AAP convenor said later during a public meeting at Chhatrasal Stadium.