A BJP MLA in Maharashtra has approached the police in search of motion in opposition to megastar Amitabh Bachchan and the makers of TV present ‘Kaun Banega Crorepati 12’ for allegedly hurting Hindu sentiments.
Abhimanyu Pawar, BJP legislator from Ausa in Latur district, in a criticism to Latur SP Nikhil Pingle stated motion ought to be taken in opposition to Amitabh Bachchan and Sony Leisure Tv over a query requested throughout Friday’s ‘Karamveer particular’ episode.
“There was an try to insult Hindus and create discord between Hindus and Buddhists who’ve been dwelling in concord,” Mr Pawar tweeted, posting a duplicate of his two-page letter to the police official.
The episode had social activist Bezwada Wilson and actor Anup Soni within the ‘sizzling seat’ reverse Amitabh Bachchan, who requested the next query, value Rs 6.40 lakh:
On twenty fifth December 1927, Dr BR Ambedkar and his followers burned copies of which scripture? The choices had been: (A) Vishnu Purana (B) Bhagavad Gita, (C) Rigved and (D) Manusmriti.
Amitabh Bachchan then stated, “In 1927, Dr Ambedkar condemned the traditional Hindu textual content Manusmriti to ideologically justify caste discrimination and untouchability and burned its copies.”
“All of the 4 choices pertained to Hindu faith. It’s clear that the motive behind this query was to harm the emotions of Hindus,” Mr Pawar stated in his police criticism.
कौन बनेगा करोडपती या कार्यक्रमाद्वारे हिंदू धर्मीयांची भावना दुखावल्याबद्दल तसेच अत्यंत सलोख्याने राहणार्या हिंदू व बौद्ध धर्मीयांमध्ये जाणीवपूर्वक तेढ निर्माण करण्याचा प्रयत्न केल्याबद्दल महानायक श्री अमिताभ बच्चन व सोनी टेलिव्हिजन नेटवर्क विरोधात तक्रार नोंदवली.
– Abhimanyu Pawar (@AbhiPawarBJP) November 3, 2020
“This query spreads the message that Hindu spiritual scriptures are meant for burning and triggers enmity between Hindus and followers of Buddhism,” stated Mr Pawar, who was a detailed aide of Devendra Fadnavis whereas he was Maharashtra Chief Minister.
The KBC episode query aggravated some individuals on-line who accused the present of working a “leftist propaganda”, whereas others stated it harm Hindu sentiments.
Filmmaker Vivek Agnihotri shared a clip from the present on micro-blogging web site Twitter, claiming KBC was “hijacked by Commies”. “Harmless children, study that is how tradition wars are received. It is referred to as coding,” he tweeted.
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