Rahul Gandhi, Shashi Tharoor slam central government over Bilkis Bano and housing for Rohingyas – Dispute:

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The central government seems to be reeling from Hardeep Puri’s tweet about the release of Bilkis Bano case convicts and Rohingyas being given flats in Delhi. The opposition, especially the Congress, is attacking the central government in both cases. On Thursday, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi slammed the central government over the release of convicts in the Jahan Bilkis Bano case. At the same time, Congress leader Shashi Tharoor on Hardeep Puri’s tweet about giving flats in Delhi to Rohingyas said BJP is betraying Indian civilization.

Rahul Gandhi aims for release of convicts in Bilkis Bano case
Former Congress president Rahul Gandhi hit out at the central government over the release of convicts in the Bilkis Bano rape case. Taking a jibe at PM Modi, he called the BJP a petty-minded party. Congress leader Rahul Gandhi alleged that the BJP’s support for criminals reflects the party’s mentality towards women. He asked Prime Minister Narendra Modi if he was ashamed of this policy.

Blaming the Center for this, the former Congress president tweeted that “Unnao – working to save BJP MLA, Kathua – rally in support of rapists, Hathras – pro-rapist government, Gujarat – release and honor of rapists ..Supporting criminals shows BJP’s mean mindedness towards women.Is there no shame in this policy PM?

P Chidambaram alleges
On the release of the convicts in the Bilkis Bano case, Congress leader P Chidambaram said that two BJP MLAs were part of the review committee that had given the exemption to these criminals. He said there is an interesting parallel story about the granting of exemptions to 11 gang-rape convicts in Gujarat. In its review panel, two BJP MLAs CK. Rawalji and Suman Chauhan.

This is the end of justice given to a woman: Bilkis Bano
Bilkis Bano said with emotion that when I heard that 11 criminals who destroyed my family and my life and took away my 3-year-old daughter, were free today, I was completely stunned. I’m still shocked. All I can say today is: how can justice for a woman end like this? I had faith in the highest courts of my country. I trusted the system and was slowly learning to live with my trauma. The release of these convicts has taken away my peace and shaken my faith in justice. My pain and insecure faith is not just for me, but for all women fighting for justice in the courts. No one asked me about my safety and well-being before making such a huge and unfair decision. Please appeal to Gujarat Govt to undo this loss. Give me back the right to live in peace and without fear. Please make sure my family and I are safe.

Know what the whole issue is
It is noteworthy that after the Godhra incident, riots broke out in Gujarat and during this riot, on 3 March 2002, a mob attacked the family of Bilkis Bano in Randhikpur village of Limkheda taluka of Dahod district. Bilkis Bano, who was five months pregnant at the time, was gang-raped and seven of her relatives were brutally murdered by the rioters.

Shashi Tharoor surrounded the Center on the Rohingya dispute
Congress leader Shashi Tharoor on Thursday took aim at the Center over the Rohingya housing controversy in Delhi. He said this kind of “confusion” in the central government is an insult to a nation that has served the UN agency — the UNHCR executive committee. He said in a tweet that “We have a centuries-long proud human tradition of welcoming and embracing refugees. BJP please don’t betray Indian civilization. He also shared a media report on Minister Hardeep Puri’s remarks in his own tweet and the government’s refusal.

how the controversy began
Union Minister Hardeep Puri had tweeted about the Rohingya migrants. After which there was an uproar. On Wednesday, Union Housing and Urban Affairs Minister Puri tweeted that India has always welcomed those who have sought asylum in the country and that all Rohingya refugees will be shifted to EWS flats in East Delhi’s Bakkarwala area.

The Ministry of the Interior denied
When there was an uproar after this tweet by Union Minister Hardeep Puri, the government had to clarify the situation. The Ministry of the Interior issued a statement and clarified the situation in this regard. The Home Ministry in its statement said, “Regarding the reports in certain sections of the media about Rohingya illegal aliens, it is clarified that the MHA has not issued instructions to provide EWS flats to the illegal migrants Rohingya in Bakkarwala, New Delhi.” Not given.’

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The central government seems to be reeling from Hardeep Puri’s tweet about the release of Bilkis Bano case convicts and Rohingyas being given flats in Delhi. The opposition, especially the Congress, is attacking the central government in both cases. On Thursday, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi slammed the central government over the release of convicts in the Jahan Bilkis Bano case. At the same time, Congress leader Shashi Tharoor on Hardeep Puri’s tweet about giving flats in Delhi to Rohingyas said BJP is betraying Indian civilization.

Rahul Gandhi aims for release of convicts in Bilkis Bano case

Former Congress president Rahul Gandhi hit out at the central government over the release of convicts in the Bilkis Bano rape case. Taking a jibe at PM Modi, he called the BJP a petty-minded party. Congress leader Rahul Gandhi alleged that the BJP’s support for criminals reflects the party’s mentality towards women. He asked Prime Minister Narendra Modi if he was ashamed of this policy.

Blaming the Center for this, the former Congress president tweeted that “Unnao – working to save BJP MLA, Kathua – rally in support of rapists, Hathras – pro-rapist government, Gujarat – release and honor of rapists ..Supporting criminals shows BJP’s mean mindedness towards women.Is there no shame in this policy PM?

P Chidambaram alleges

On the release of the convicts in the Bilkis Bano case, Congress leader P Chidambaram said that two BJP MLAs were part of the review committee that had given the exemption to these criminals. He said there is an interesting parallel story about the granting of exemptions to 11 gang-rape convicts in Gujarat. In its review panel, two BJP MLAs CK. Rawalji and Suman Chauhan.

This is the end of justice given to a woman: Bilkis Bano

Bilkis Bano said with emotion that when I heard that 11 criminals who destroyed my family and my life and took away my 3-year-old daughter, were free today, I was completely stunned. I’m still shocked. All I can say today is: how can justice for a woman end like this? I had faith in the highest courts of my country. I trusted the system and was slowly learning to live with my trauma. The release of these convicts has taken away my peace and shaken my faith in justice. My pain and insecure faith is not just for me, but for all women fighting for justice in the courts. No one asked me about my safety and well-being before making such a huge and unfair decision. Please appeal to Gujarat Govt to undo this loss. Give me back the right to live in peace and without fear. Please make sure my family and I are safe.

Know what the whole issue is

It is noteworthy that after the Godhra incident, riots broke out in Gujarat and during this riot, on 3 March 2002, a mob attacked the family of Bilkis Bano in Randhikpur village of Limkheda taluka of Dahod district. Bilkis Bano, who was five months pregnant at the time, was gang-raped and seven of her relatives were brutally murdered by the rioters.

Shashi Tharoor surrounded the Center on the Rohingya dispute

Congress leader Shashi Tharoor on Thursday took aim at the Center over the Rohingya housing controversy in Delhi. He said this kind of “confusion” in the central government is an insult to a nation that has served the UN agency — the UNHCR executive committee. He said in a tweet that “We have a centuries-long proud human tradition of welcoming and embracing refugees. BJP please don’t betray Indian civilization. He also shared a media report on Minister Hardeep Puri’s remarks in his own tweet and the government’s refusal.

how the controversy began

Union Minister Hardeep Puri had tweeted about the Rohingya migrants. After which there was an uproar. On Wednesday, Union Housing and Urban Affairs Minister Puri tweeted that India has always welcomed those who have sought asylum in the country and that all Rohingya refugees will be shifted to EWS flats in East Delhi’s Bakkarwala area.

The Ministry of the Interior denied

When there was an uproar after this tweet by Union Minister Hardeep Puri, the government had to clarify the situation. The Ministry of the Interior issued a statement and clarified the situation in this regard. The Home Ministry in its statement said, “Regarding the reports in certain sections of the media about Rohingya illegal aliens, it is clarified that the MHA has not issued instructions to provide EWS flats to the illegal migrants Rohingya in Bakkarwala, New Delhi.” Not given.’

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