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BJP using religion as a tool to divide people and country: Brinda Karat


By TC  News Desk

Agartala: February 09. Senior CPIM leader and former Rajya Sabha Member of Parliament Brinda Karat on Thursday stated that BJP using religion as weapon to divide the people and the country.

While addressing a party campaign at Amarpur in Gomati district, Karata said a huge responsibility has mounted on the people of Tripura with the starting of 2023.

“The first election of 2023 is going to take place in 2023. With this election the future of the Indian Constitution is depend. It’s a challenge for the people of the state. For the people of Tripura we have show the exit path to BJP and after the people would achieve freedom”, she said.

Karat claimed that Nathuram Godse who killed Mahatma Gandhi is now hero for BJP and RSS. They (BJP-RSS) are now constructing temple, erecting statues in the name of Godse.

“During left front government no politics done with temple, religion but BJP using religion for their own politics benefits.  BJP is trying to divide the country and people using religion with politics. They are using religion as weapon to divide the people and the country. We have never seen such politics”, she said.

She also accused the saffron party for working with a motive to diving the unity of Hindu and Muslim

“During British rule Hindu, Muslims came together and fought for freedom. And now to break the unity and to weaken it they have carried out attack on Minority and drove bulldozer of Indian Constitution. Now BJP leaders who are coming in Tripura are now not speaking on their works but giving long speeches on religion”, she added.

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