March 25, 2017 | By Sikh Siyasat Bureau
Chandigarh: As per the media reports eminent jurist and a senior Advocate in the Supreme Court of India, Fali Nariman has asserted that the appointment of Yogi Adityanath as Uttar Pradesh’s chief minister was a beginning of a Hindu State in India.
Speaking with the media during Off the Cuff programme, Fali Narima while questioning the media persons present at said that why they had not this question to PM Modi adding that Adityanath’s appointment was sign that India’s constitution was under threat.
“The constitution of India is under threat. With the massive electoral victory in Uttar Pradesh. With a priest installed at the behest of the Indian prime minister as the chief minister, like a cherry on the victory cake. That’s the signal. And if you can’t see then you must be spokesperson of that political party (BJP) or you must have your eyes examined.” reads a quote from his statement published in the local media.
“The message is very clear. What you want to do is for all of us to decide..I don’t quite accept the policies of the prime minister of India. And I say it quite and I say it quite openly,” he further added.
Fali Nariman is of the believe that the constitution of India still had the strength but the people who supported the it did not.
While coming down heavily upon the media for being incompetent he reportedly said “Why’s no correspondent from any leading channel asked the Indian prime minister, ‘prime minister is it true as this fellow Fali Nariman seems to suggest that this is the beginning of the Hindu State.’ Ask him…At least you know what to be prepared for.”
Last week Yogi Adityanath was chosen as Uttar Pradesh’s chief by PM Narinder Modi after the BJP won a historic landslide by winning 325 out of 403 seats in the state.
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