Bhopal. The Congress government in Karnataka has decided to repeal the anti-conversion law brought during the BJP rule. Along with this, it has also been decided to remove the chapter related to KB Hedgewar from the syllabus. Due to this decision of the government, BJP has become an aggressor.
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Madhya Pradesh BJP’s Organization General Secretary Hitanand Sharma has launched a scathing attack on the Congress. Hitanand Sharma tweeted, “The real face of the Congress, be careful!… Withdraw the ‘anti-conversion law’ implemented by the BJP government in Karnataka and exclude the chapters related to ‘Founder of the Sangh, Dr. Hedgewarji’ from the Karnataka syllabus. The decision taken reflects the mentality of the Congress.
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In another tweet, Hitanand Sharma wrote, those who talked about uniting India had given permission to break the country on this day itself. On June 15, 1947, in the Congress session, the plan of partition of the country was approved, in which about 30 million people were rendered homeless, while many were killed. The foundation of Partition of India was laid on this day, 15th June. This day is recorded as a sad event in the history of the country. The Congress had approved the partition proposal in its session held in Delhi on 15 June 1947.
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