ram das athawale news, AAP needs to be taught a lesson, Union Minister Athawale raised questions about Kejriwal – follow this religion you have faith in but don’t insult another religion


New Delhi: Union Minister and leader of the Republican Indian Party (RPI) of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), Ram Das Athawale, said on Sunday that people have a constitutional right to follow their favorite religion, but other religions should not nor be despised. . Slamming the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) for the controversial conversion programme, the Union minister said the party should be taught a lesson. He alleged that AAP leader and Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal has always spoken out against Hinduism.

Athawale said, “I condemn this incident. It is contrary to the spirit of the Constitution to condemn other religions. This constitution was given to us by BR Ambedkar. He envisages harmony between all religions and Ambedkar has always been in favor of it. The RPI leader said he himself was a Buddhist. He said Prime Minister Narendra Modi also believed in the philosophy of Buddhism and the ideals of Ambedkar.

Who is Rajendra Pal Gautam, who participated in the “conversion program”?
Recently, a video went viral in which then Delhi government minister and AAP leader Rajendra Pal Gautam was shown attending an event where hundreds of people denounced deities Hindus and made a commitment to convert to Buddhism. Since then, Gautam had become the target of the BJP. Gautam resigned as minister today under heavy pressure.

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