Ajaz Khan Request Yogi Not To Divide Hindu And Muslim, See Video

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Ajaz Khan, Ex Big Boss contestant roped out at PM Narendra Modi and UP CM Yogi Adityanath for the topic of ‘gau Raksha i.e. cow protection. He went live on Facebook and confronted the leaders for shutting well-liked motorbike company Harley Davidson for selling cow products.

Ajaz is shooting for his upcoming movie in Kashmir and shot his facebook video from there. The video has gone viral with 1.3 million views. In the video, Ajaz challenged PM Narendra Modi and Yogi Adityanath for sustaining cow protection and at a halt letting ‘Harley’ sell cow products. He also showed off his belt of the same brand and informed that it was made of cow leather proverbing it was easy to buy products finished of cow leather.

He advised PM Narendra Modi and Yogi Aditya Nath that to save stray cows and discontinue dividing Hindus and Muslims. As Ajaz allege that ‘gau rakshaks are causing injury and killing people in the country. So many populaces have been killed and anyone is proverbing anything. I just bought a leather belt from Harley Davidson the recent past day. This is a cow leather belt and it is being traded in the whole world. You want to generate riots in the middle of Hindu and Muslim; I appeal as gau Rak Shak’s, UP CM Yogi Adityanath and PM Narendra Modi to shut down Harley Davidson. I have also observed the deprived state of stray cows on the road. Please save them earliest. I will not inhibit away from speaking the reality. Don’t split Hindu and Muslims in the country’. Ajaz posted this video on Saturday that is 15th April and till now the post has been shared around 40000 times with more than 70000 likes.

Days subsequent to a 55-year-old Haryana farmer was trodden to death in Rajasthan by the so-called ‘gau rakshaks’ the Supreme Court has also issued notices to Centre and 6 states seeking their rejoinder on why these self-styled groups not are debarred. The SC has specified three weeks to the Central government and governments of Uttar Pradesh, Jharkhand, Gujarat, Rajasthan and Karnataka to react to the notice. The apex court was responding to petition filed by Congress leader Tehseen Poonawalla looking for a ban on such vigilante groups for supposedly creating disharmony in the midst of diverse communities and castes and cosseting in mob violence.

Cow vigilante groups, commonly known as ‘Gau Raksha Dal’ has been vigorous in many parts of India and has been frequently in the news for their aggressive actions. regardless of not having any legal authority, these gangs have in several areas put up checkpoints, especially in the region of state borders, to ‘onslaught on cattle smuggling’ in full inspection of police who in most of the cases take no action adjacent to them or are underneath the vigilantes.

Their aggression and destruction in the name of cow protection have left many dead or wounded. A number of the most high profile cases comprise the attack on Dalits in Gujarat’s Una previous year, and the latest murder of Pehlu Khan in Rajasthan’s Alwar. Despite the fact that the Gau Raksha Dal in Haryana had required the government’s authorization to arm themselves as they were ‘facing threats’ from cattle smugglers.

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