Bijnor Two Muslim youths were killed in a protest in Bijnor against the Citizenship Amendment Act. When Minister of State for Skill Development Kapil Dev Agarwal, who was in the Yogi government cabinet of Uttar Pradesh, came to Bijnor, he went to the house of injured Omraj Saini, but refused to meet his family members, calling the slain Muslim youth a nuisance.
'Why should I go to miscreants' house'
Two Muslim youths from Nahtaur, Anas and Suleman, were killed during violent demonstrations in Bijnor. Both were shot. The police had admitted that one of these Suleman died in the police firing. Police say he was shot in self-defense. Congress General Secretary Priyanka came to Bijnor to meet the families of both the dead. When the reporters asked the question to Kapil Dev Agarwal that Priyanka Gandhi went to meet him but you did not go, then how will everyone progress together. On this question, Kapil Dev Agarwal got angry and started asking why should I go home to the miscreants.
What did Kapil Dev Agarwal say?
'Why would I go to a molestation How are people who are making a fuss, who want to throw the country, the state into the fire? Why should I go to such a person? It is not a matter of Hindu-Muslims, they are troublemakers, so they are not going here. On this, the reporters asked that those who died in the violence are miscreants? On this, the Minister said that the incidents which are happening in the demonstration, whose videos have gone viral, are unruly.
This is UP minister Kapil Dev Agarwal, he went to Bijnor where two Muslim youths are dead in which one is killed by a police bullet, the police has agreed but they only went to the house of a injured Hindu youth, both of them did not go to the Muslim youth, journalists When you ask that you did not go here, listen to the minister's reply pic.twitter.com/H0APoCNn6h
– Saurabh shukla (@Saurabh_Unmute) December 26, 2019
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