Jitan Ram Manji went one step ahead of Chandra Shekhar and questioned the existence of Lord Ram. He said – I don’t consider Ram as God, he is a fictional character.
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After Bihar Education Minister Chandrasekhar’s controversial speech on Sri Ramcharitmanas, politics in the country has heated up. The BJP has been attacking Chandrasekhar over the issue and demanding Chief Minister Nitish Kumar to sack him. BJP State President Sanjay Jaiswal said – How can a person who has so much poison in mind for Hindus, who has so little knowledge, poison the education system of the state? Hence Bihar Assembly Leader of Opposition Vijay Kumar Sinha said that he should be booked under Section 295 (A) of the IPC for blasphemy and blasphemy.
After the controversial speech on Ramcharitmanas, the Congress party, which is part of the grand alliance, has also condemned it. Leader of Congress Legislative Party Ajit Sharma said – Ramcharit Manas does not spread hatred in the society, he is God of the whole country. Lord Ram Sabri Kebat took all caste community. Such statements about Mariyada Purushottam Rama are surprising. His statement is completely wrong. He should withdraw such statement.
‘Don’t sing about Hasua’s wedding and Khurpi’
He got angry when reporters here questioned the patron of HAM, a faction of the Nitish government, about the education minister’s controversial speech. When Majhi was asked about Education Minister Chandrasekhar’s statement on Ramcharitmanas in Aurangabad, he said – Don’t sing Hasua’s wedding and Khurpi songs. He said that he has come to Aurangabad to see the problems of farmers. Patwan is not being done here due to the accumulation of silt in the canal
The sailor questioned the existence of Rama
In fact, Jitan Ram Manji went one step ahead of Chandra Shekhar and questioned the existence of Lord Rama. Last year he said – I don’t consider Ram as God, he is a fictional character. Majhi said, Rama is not a god, he was a character of Tulsidas and Valmiki Ramayana. Many good things are written in Ramayana, so we believe in it, but not in Rama. Besides this, Majhi said that all the people of the country who are called upper castes and upper castes are outsiders, they are not indigenous to India.