BJP minister Narottam Mishra equates Sonia Gandhi with ‘Kaikeyi’ | WATCH

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BJP minister Narottam Mishra equates Sonia Gandhi with ‘Kaikeyi’ | WATCH

Madhya Pradesh House Minister Narottam Mishra has stirred one other controversy by likening Congress interim chief Sonia Gandhi with villainous mythological character ‘Kekai’ in Ramayan. In a veiled assault, Narottam Mishra mentioned that he has acquired a WhatsApp ahead, that requested as to which mom after ‘Kaikeyi’ conspired to safe king’s throne for her son.

Addressing an occasion in Indore to counter “misinformation” on the three farm legal guidelines, the Minister mentioned, “I acquired a WhatsApp ahead, asking which mom after ‘Kaikeyi’ conspired to safe king’s throne for her son. It requested what number of playing cards are there in an ordinary deck. The reply was 52. This occasion [Congress] additionally has 52 MPs [in Lok Sabha].. Surprisingly, there’s a joker (within the occasion).”

Within the Hindu mythological epic Ramayana, Kaikeyi was one amongst three wives of Dasharatha, the King of Ayodhya. As per the mythology, King Dashratha selected his eldest son Rama, whose mom was Kausalya, to be topped King. However Kaikeyi demanded that her son Bharata be topped as king and Rama be despatched to the forest for fourteen years.

Mishra additional accused Congress of making misunderstandings over farm legal guidelines. “Why is the protest going down in Delhi? If previous agriculture guidelines had been proper, the farmers would haven’t been debt-ridden even after so a few years. The brand new agriculture legal guidelines are for upliftment of farmers,” he was quoted as saying by information company ANI.

“There have been discussions that the folks of Congress will go on a starvation strike. They’re creating misunderstanding… This occasion is with anti-India forces. They’re those who create misunderstanding throughout each agitation,” he added.

Farmers have been protesting on completely different borders of the nationwide capital since November 26 towards the three newly enacted farm legal guidelines — Farmers’ Produce Commerce and Commerce (Promotion and Facilitation) Act, 2020, the Farmers (Empowerment and Safety) Settlement on Value Assurance and Farm Providers Act, 2020, and the Important Commodities (Modification) Act, 2020. 

(With ANI inputs)


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