Expelled from Party: BJP District President Who Advised PM Modi on Hate Speech

Expulsion Follows Critique of Modi’s Hate Speech by Bikaner BJP Minority Morcha President.

Following Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s controversial remarks against Muslims during a BJP-organized public meeting in Rajasthan on April 21, which garnered international attention and sparked a major controversy, a significant development has emerged.

The district president of the BJP Minority Morcha in Rajasthan’s Bikaner, Usman Ghani, has been expelled from the party for expressing his dissent regarding the Prime Minister’s hate speech in the media.

During a program called ‘Mahol Kya Hai’ conducted by journalist Rajeev Ranjan of the private Hindi news agency 24 News in Delhi amid the Lok Sabha elections, Ghani unexpectedly spoke out.

When asked for his opinion on the Prime Minister’s hate speech, Ghani stated, “Prime Minister Narendra Modi should refrain from disparaging India’s Muslim community. Attention should be directed towards the nation’s development. I am considering writing a letter to the Prime Minister regarding this matter,” as captured in a video.

Subsequently, following the viral spread of the video, Ghani was removed from his position as the Bikaner BJP Minority Morcha President and, to the surprise of many, expelled from the party for advising against hate speech.

“This action is taken to safeguard the party’s reputation,” remarked Rajasthan BJP State Disciplinary Committee President Omkar Singh Lakhawat, who announced the decision. He further elaborated, stating, “Usman Ghani has been expelled from the BJP for six years due to disciplinary violations and tarnishing the BJP’s image in the electronic media.”

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