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Subramanian Swamy to focus on Ram Temple, Herald, Aircel Maxis cases

BJP firebrand leader Subramanian Swamy, whose tweets have not gone down well with the party leadership, has indicated that he will be less active on his favourite media platform for a week to "concentrate" on cases involving Ram Temple, National Hera

India TV Politics Desk India TV Politics Desk Published on: July 02, 2016 8:31 IST
Subramanian Swamy
Subramanian Swamy

New Delhi: BJP firebrand leader Subramanian Swamy, whose tweets have not gone down well with the party leadership, has indicated that he will be less active on his favourite media platform for a week to "concentrate" on cases involving Ram Temple, National Herald and Aircel Maxis.

 

"Now Ram Temple, NH, impleading in Swami Dayananda's WP in SC, Aircel Maxis, CSK ban etc requires me to concentrate. So few tweets for 1 week," he tweeted.

"I filed 2G Scam case, lawyers made a lot of money defending the crooks. Now because of my tweets, presstitutes raking in cash in trucks!!"

One of his tweets was over the killing of a Hindu priest in Bangladesh.

"It is painful to see daily murder of Hindu priests and activists in B'Desh. Hindu blood was shed to liberate these barbarians to create Bangladesh," he said.

Meanwhile, the saffron party has asked the Bangladeshi government to ensure security of minorities in the country and threatened to stop the Dhaka-Kolkata train and hold protest in front of Benapole-Petrapole border gate if the killing of Hindus did not stop there.

"Hindus and other minorities are killed in Bangladesh regularly. Bangladesh government should take steps to ensure the safety and security of minorities. India has played a major role in the independence of Bangladesh. We (India) share a very good relations with Bangladesh. But if the killing does not stop in Bangladesh, we'll stage demonstration in front of Benapole-Petrapole border gate and stop the movement of 'Maitree Express' (the train between Kolkata and Dhaka). We'll not tolerate attack on Hindus in Bangladesh," BJP's West Bengal President Dilip Ghosh told a rally.

"In Bengal, you will see rallies organised by Communists on various global issues. But it's an irony that when Hindus in Bangladesh are being attacked, we are witnessing a stoic silence from both Communists and ruling TMC here," Dilip added.

BJP national secretary and former state president Rahul Sinha questioned the "silence" of intellectuals on the issue of killing of minorities in Bangladesh.

"Why are the intellectuals now maintaining a silence on the killings? Whenever an incident happens in India, they raise a hue and cry. But they are keeping mum on this issue," Sinha said.

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