Muslims should also come forward to protect cow: Ramdas Athawale
Some Muslims faced atrocities in the name of "gau raksha," pointed out Union Minister Ramdas Athawale today while urging the Muslims to come forward to protect the cow, which is revered by the Hindus.
Book highlights Adityanath's life, work, equation with UP Muslims
The book highlights Adityanath's life and works, his political-evolution and equation with the UP Muslims. The author of the book, Irfan Sheikh, a journalist, said he had certain anxieties over Adityanath's fiery statements but had a change of heart after seeing him weeping in Parliament.
Athawale also recited a self-composed couplet eulogizing Adityanath
Athawale also recited a self-composed couplet eulogizing Adityanath and asserting that the people of the country would defeat those driving a wedge between Hindus and Muslims.
"UP mein chamak raha hai Yogi Adityanath ka tara, Hindu-Musalman ko ladane walon ka baja denge barah, (Adityanath's star is shining in UP, we will defeat those pitting Hindus and Muslims against each other)," recited the Maharashtra-based minister.
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Athawale asserted that Modi, Adityanath are not anti-Muslims
The Union Minister of State for Social Justice and Empowerment asserted that Modi and Adityanath "are not anti-Muslim," which was reflected in the Prime Minister's "Sabka Saath Sabka Vikas" slogan.
Athawale said Hindus and Muslims should refrain from fighting over the Ayodhya issue and wait for the Supreme Court verdict on it while claiming that there was originally a Buddhist shrine on the land.
Musalman Aur Yogi Adityanath
Sabka Saath Sabka Vikas