The political battle started by the BJP regarding Chhath Puja in Delhi has intensified now. Meanwhile, BJP MP Manoj Tiwari, who was staging a sit-in outside Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal’s residence, reportedly sustained injuries. He was taken to the emergency wing of Safdarjung Hospital for treatment
New Delhi. BJP MP Manoj Tiwari was injured in the protest against Chhath Puja at CM House in Delhi on Tuesday. During this, many protesters also received injuries.
It is being told that Manoj Tiwari fell from the barricading while running the water cannon, due to which he got injured. Tiwari has been admitted to Safdarjung Hospital, where doctors are treating him.
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In the capital, many people demonstrated outside the CM House against the restrictions imposed on Chhath Puja. BJP MP Manoj Tiwari was injured during this demonstration. Apart from this, some other injured BJP workers have also received injuries, whose first aid was also given at Safdarjung Hospital.
Earlier, former Delhi BJP President Manoj Tiwari said that, understanding the importance of Chhath and the belief in it, ‘I believe that celebrating Chhath Puja is like Sanjeevani for the 80 lakh Purvanchalis living in Delhi.
Chhath is a matter of faith, politics should not come in it and that is why we are meeting all Chhath committees away from politics, trying to understand their preparation, but the decision of Kejriwal government not to celebrate directly is quite surprised. Is going to do.
Tiwari said that we will celebrate Chhath festival with great gaiety keeping in view the spirit of those who observe Chhath fast across Delhi.
Manoj Tiwari asked a question to Kejriwal
Manoj Tiwari questioned CM Kejriwal about the restrictions on Chhath Puja, he asked why Kejriwal has so much objection to celebrating Chhath festival, a symbol of cleanliness?
BJP President said this is an insult to Purvanchalis
Politics has heated up over the restrictions on Chhath Puja in Delhi. BJP state president Adesh Gupta has described the restrictions as an insult to the Purvanchalis. He said that the Kejriwal government has left people destitute in Purvanchal. From rationing to celebrating their Teej and festivals, restrictions are being imposed.