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Did Someone From The BJP Slap Kanhaiya Kumar? Congress Accuses The Ruling Party Linked To Attackers

Congress leaders allege that the individuals who slapped Kanhaiya and threw ink on him were hired by the BJP, holding the party accountable for the incident.

Edited By : simran rajpal | Updated: May 18, 2024 11:33 IST
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Daksh Choudhary, who claimed to have taught Kanhaiya Kumar a lesson by slapping him, expressed his views, stating that Kumar had raised slogans about tearing India apart and shamed Afzal’s murderers for being alive. Choudhary asserted that no one can break the country as long as Sanatanis are alive and declared that Kanhaiya would not be allowed to enter Delhi anymore, accusing him of calling Indian soldiers rapists. Choudhary boasted that Kumar was treated well and taught a good lesson through spanking. A video has surfaced showing two youths taking responsibility for slapping Kanhaiya Kumar and claiming they taught him a good lesson by slapping him and throwing ink on him.

Media reports indicate that Congress has accused the BJP of orchestrating the attack on Kanhaiya Kumar during the election campaign. Congress leaders claim that the individuals who slapped Kanhaiya and threw ink on him were sent by the BJP, holding the party responsible for the attack. It should be noted that Kumar, a candidate from the INDIA Alliance of Congress, is contesting the 2024 Lok Sabha elections from the North seat of Delhi.

Yesterday, while Kanhaiya Kumar was campaigning, someone in the crowd interrupted and slapped him while pretending to garland him, and another person sprinkled ink on him. Reports indicate that the attacker slapped Kanhaiya Kumar multiple times consecutively, but Kanhaiya’s supporters caught and beat the assailant severely.

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First published on: May 18, 2024 11:09 AM IST

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