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After Subramanian Swamy's 'Neech Aadmi' Hindu Mahasabha's Swami calls him 'Buddhiheen' over his Ram Temple remarks

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 16 October 2018, 16:05 IST

Shashi Tharoor had triggered a politico controversy in a row of Ram Temple issues in Ayodhya. Now, Reacting to his remarks Akhil Bharat Hindu Mahasabha chief Swami Chakrapani on Tuesday slammed Congress leader and called him 'brainless leader.'

Swami Chakrapani said that even descendants of Babar are apologising and are demanding Ram Mandir.

“These type of people are called brainless leaders. Basically, they are badmouthing. Even descendants of Babar are apologising and are saying Ram Mandir should be built. (Aise log buddhiheen neta kahe jaate hai –kisko hindu mana jaye,basically ye badjubaani kar rahe hai –babar ke vanshaj maafi maang rahe hai aur kah rahe hai ki mandir banna chahiye).

The Hindu Mahasabha chief also threatens to cut the tongue of those who won't stop making remarks on Ram temple. “Badjubaani par lagaam lagaye varna hindu mahasabha jubaan kaatne se peeche nahi hategi,” Swami Chakrapani said.

Notably, his statement comes a day after Tharoor said, “No good Hindu would want a Ram Temple to be built by demolishing somebody else’s place of worship.” Earlier, BJP leader Subramanian Swamy called Tharoor 'neech aadmi' over his Ram temple remarks.
“I condemn the malicious distortion of my words by some media in the service of political masters. I said: “most Hindus would want a temple at what they believe to be Ram’s birthplace. But no good Hindu would want it to be built by destroying another’s place of worship,” Tharoor tweeted.

First published: 16 October 2018, 16:05 IST
 
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