Referring from History, Yogi Adityanath, who was attending a Sikh people group occasion in Lucknow, proceeded to add a controversial remark by saying that Sikhs and Hindus in Jammu and Kashmir were sheltered under the Hindu administrator.
The comment came after the Supreme Court observation on Ram Mandir hearing, which has been rescheduled to next year June.
Political expert opined that nearer the general election will come, sharing of heated comments in public domain will increase more.
From the gathering the UP Chief Minister, Yogi Adityanath, said, “Kashmir was serene and safe during the Hindu king. we ought to gain from it.”
The Chief Minister also proposed that we (read Indians)should gain from history. The UP Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath also applauded Raja Hari Singh’s administrative skill and added, “For whatever length of time that there was a Hindu ruler in Jammu and Kashmir, the two community both Hindus and Sikhs were living securely. Just after the kingdom fell, the Hindu people faced trouble and moved towards others place of the country.”
He raised questions before the gathered people and said,“What is the condition now in Kashmir? Could Hindus, Sikhs live therein peace? In no way, shape or form. We ought to take in something from history.”
At the occasion, Chief Minister Adityanath additionally reported his administration’s choice to develop eight new medical schools. He said that they all will be named after Guru Nanak Dev to harmonize with the Sikh master’s 550th birth commemoration.
“We are before long concocting eight new restorative universities. The coming ventures will be named after Guru Nanak Dev on his 550th birth commemoration.”
Chief Minister Adityanath further stated that the general population of the nation “likewise enormously respect Guru Gobind Singh and Guru TegBahadur.”
Experts who heard Adityanath said that the Ram Mandir issue will be a massive campaign tool of the BJP for the upcoming general election campaign tools. Keeping in mind this matter the BJP is trying to warm themselves up.