How would we have reacted to the chants of “Allah Hu Akbar” in Parliament? Asks IPS Sanjiv Bhatt


New Delhi : Shri Ram Nath Kovind took oath as the 14th President of India, the Central Hall of the Parliament House witnessed something unusual. This was unusual but we are not surprised.

As house holds more BJP members now after 2014 general election, some members from the large contingent of BJP MPs in the venue raised slogans of ‘Jai Shri Ram’ and ‘Bharat Mata Ki Jai’ when Kovind was administered oath, reports ABP News. As per a report in The Times of India, the slogans were raised by a handful of BJP MPs and could be heard “faintly as invitees rose to file out of the Central Hall”.


When PM Modi became Prime minister in 2014, he said this is Temple of democracy and raising one religious slogan in Temple of democracy where people from many faith lives raises many question.

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The action has come under fire from media and opposition parties who say that patronising a particular religion is against the dignity of the Parliament and the constitutional office of the President.


Former IPS officer Sanjiv Bhatt, who took on Modi governance for 2002 riot raised a point and asked “How would we have reacted to chants of ‘Allahu akbar-Allahu Akbar’?”. Even we are waiting for your response on the outrage is instead of Jai Shri Ram, Allahu Akbar slogan was raised in Temple of democracy.

Think about the outrage and let us k now if comment section.

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