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On Yogi’s statement that Alexander lost to Chandragupta, Owaisi responds.

n Yogi's statement that Alexander lost to Chandragupta, Owaisi responds

Key sentence:

  • AIMIM boss Asaduddin Owaisi said ‘Hindutva’ is a plant of phony history, alluding to UP chief minister Yogi Adityanath’s comment.
  • At the point when society stands up, the country stands up as well. PM Modi is making this country stand up today. 

AIMIM boss Asaduddin Owaisi said ‘Hindutva’ is a plant of phony history alluding to Uttar Pradesh boss priest Yogi Adityanath’s comment that set experiences recollects, Alexander, as ‘The Great’, who ‘lost to’ Chandragupta Maurya. 

“Chandragupta and Alexander never met in the war. This is one more illustration of why we want a great government-funded schooling framework,” Owaisi tweeted. 

“Hindutva is a phony history plant. Chandragupta and Alexander never met in the war. This is one more illustration of why we want a great government-funded training framework. 

Without great schools, Baba-log gets to make up realities as indicated by comfort. Baba doesn’t need esteem schooling, and it shows,” Owaisi tweeted. 

Tending to the Samajik Pratinidhi Sammelan in Lucknow, Adityanath said, “How is history contorted! History didn’t call Chandragupta Maurya incredible. Whom did it call extraordinary? The person who lost from him. They call Alexander the extraordinary. 

The country has been cheated. Yet, students of history are quiet on it because, in reality, it comes out before Indians, the general public will stand up indeed. 

At the point when society stands up, the country stands up as well. PM Modi is making this country stand up today. At the point when we discuss ‘Ek Bharat, Shrestha Bharat’, these issues are tended to.” 

Without naming the Samajwadi Party, the main priest said the people who are currently raising the issue of the parcel are in a manner supporting the Taliban. “The individuals who are talking about the segment are in a manner stretching out help to the Taliban. 

When the Taliban re-emerged in Afghanistan, various voices began to come up in its help. However, at the point when the solid move was made, these voices went delicate,” he said. 

“We ought not to neglect how Buddha’s sculptures were annihilated in Bamiyan (in Afghanistan) by the Taliban. Breaking the sculptures of Buddha implies attempting to stop harmony. 

Twenty years prior, when this episode occurred, we imagined that they (Taliban) would confront ‘duration (mishap) one day. A couple of days after the fact, the US dropped bombs on them. In those days, I had said they harvested what they planted,” Adityanath said.

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