Samajwadi Party leader Fahad Ahmad made headlines on Sunday after his comments on the recent Twitter row involving actress Swara Bhasker. In the tweet, Swara had referred to Fahad as “bhai,” a term commonly used to address a brother in Hindi, and the politician’s response to the tweet has caused quite a stir.
Ahmad’s response came during a recent interview where he stated that at least the Sanghis, a term often used to refer to right-wing supporters, have accepted that a Hindu and a Muslim can be brother and sister. His comments were seen as a sarcastic dig at the BJP and its supporters who have been accused of promoting communal hatred.
The comments made by Ahmad have sparked a debate online, with many criticizing the leader for his insensitive remarks. The incident highlights the deep divisions that exist within Indian society and the ongoing struggle to promote unity and tolerance.
In other news, there have been several developments in the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. With cases on the rise in many parts of the world, authorities are struggling to contain the spread of the virus. Many countries are also facing a shortage of vaccines, which has led to delays in the vaccination program.
Meanwhile, there have been several high-profile legal cases in the news recently, including the ongoing trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin, who is accused of the murder of George Floyd. The trial has sparked nationwide protests and is being closely watched by people across the United States.
In entertainment news, several new movies and television shows have been released recently, providing a welcome distraction for people stuck at home due to the pandemic. Fans of the Marvel Cinematic Universe have been eagerly anticipating the release of the new Disney+ series “The Falcon and The Winter Soldier,” while others have been enjoying the latest season of the hit Netflix show “Stranger Things.”
Overall, the news cycle has been dominated by a wide range of topics, including politics, health, and entertainment. As the world continues to grapple with the ongoing challenges of the pandemic and other issues, people are looking for ways to stay informed and engaged with the latest developments.