Hypocrisy of Indian minister: unnecessary importance given to mob lynching
From the 2015 more 68 mob lynching incidents( https://www.thequint.com/quintlab/lynching-in-india/ ) had been happened in India resulting in the death of the victim. With time they are increasing.
In India you can be lynched if you are rearing cow , going to marry a Hindu girl you being other religion follower, fake rumors spread against you through social media website, you're carrying meat (any) , if you spoke against government for not fulfilling promise made during elections or price hike of basic products. etc.
Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Wednesday said incidents of mob lynching are being given unnecessary importance.
Even though lots of mob lynching cases are happening in country what ministers these days are saying that biggest mob lynching happen in 1984 (riots during Congress government) this is level of their thinking. According to these ministers it is totally fine to fight war because we fought in the past.
Why people choose a new government ?
They choose so that the mistakes made by earlier government will not be made by them, they will make their life better and prosperous.
But these people have only one agenda to loot the people and win election with fake promises.
Indian home minister Rajnath Singh on many occasions had said that biggest mob lynching happened in 1984.
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