- Violent protests in some parts of the country against the Citizenship Amendment Act, NRC
- Karnataka minister CT Ravi said that if the majority has lost restraint then a situation like Godhra could happen
- The Congress has reacted strongly to the BJP leader’s statement and termed it as ‘inflammatory’.
A controversial video of Karnataka minister CT Ravi came out on Friday amid the ongoing violent protests in some parts of the country against the Citizenship Amendment Act and the NRC, in which he was allegedly heard saying that if the majority lost their sobriety So a situation like Godhra can arise. The Congress has reacted strongly to the BJP leader’s statement and termed it as ‘inflammatory’. Congress demands that the police register a case against them and take them into custody.
MINISTER CT RAVI SAID IF THE MAJORITY LOST THEIR SOBRIETY SO A SITUATION LIKE GODHRA CAN ARISE
Senior Congress leader Dinesh Gundu Rao tweeted, ‘Most inflammatory threat given by CT Ravi. The police should register a case against him and take him into preventive custody. ”He said that while holding a constitutional post, he had no need to speak like that. Tourism Minister Ravi made this statement in response to a question allegedly asked by reporters on Wednesday about a recent statement by Congress MLA UT Kadar.
‘… THEN KARNATAKA WILL BURN IN THE FIRE’
Congress MLA had reportedly said that Karnataka’s burn in the fire’ if the amended citizenship law enacted. In response to this, Ravi reportedly saying in the video. However,, ‘It this mentality (pointing to Kadar’s statement) that set fire to a train in Godhra and the people of this mentality those who burned the kar sevaks alive, We know this. ‘
‘OUR PATIENCE IS NOT OUR WEAKNESS’
In the video, Ravi is reportedly seen saying, “If there is a reaction, hopefully, Kadar has seen what happened when people set the train on fire in Godhra.” If they have forgotten, they should remember it once. Just because the majority community here is in moderation, you are trying to set fire everywhere. If they are also angry and their patience limit broken, then what happens after that – you need to look back once. Our patience, not our weakness. ‘