VHP leader Prachi calls Azam Khan anti-national, SP leader defends his decision to move UN


VHP leader Prachi was on Wednesday denied entry into Dadri’s Bisara village in view of prohibitory orders imposed by the administration following the lynching of a man over rumours of alleged beef consumption.

Prachi alleged “conspiracy” behind the administration’s move and asked why AIMIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi’s entry was not curbed in a similar manner.

She told PTI, “I wanted to meet families of Jay Prakash and Rahul Yadav but I was denied entry. I had requested the SDM in this respect. Owaisi, who comes from Hyderabad can meet, why I am not allowed entry? This is a conspiracy.”

She called the Samajwadi leader, Azam Khan, anti-national for planning to take the Dadri lynching to the United Nations.

Khan, for his part, defended his decision to move the UN adding that he was doing this because he ‘cared about India’s image globally.’

He told the news agency ANI, ” Our country is a part of United Nations and also wants a permanent seat in the security council. But the first condition for every member country is to achieve is to ensure security of life, security of religion and security of freedom. Our PM had insulted the country when he visited the US. But we want to tell the world where the RSS is taking India to.”