‘Holiday in 1800 schools of Jharkhand on Friday, Urdu word in name too, NIA should investigate’, BJP MP’s demand

BJP Leader Nishikant Dubey- India TV Hindi News
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BJP Leader Nishikant Dubey

Highlights

  • Muslim population increased in some districts, changed population balance: BJP MP
  • This case should be investigated by NIA i.e. National Investigation Agency.
  • This demand was raised by BJP MP Nishikant Dubey in Lok Sabha on Friday.

Jharkhand News: In 1800 schools of Jharkhand, Friday is being observed as a holiday instead of Sunday. This is proof that the country is moving towards Islamization. Therefore, this matter should be investigated by NIA i.e. National Investigation Agency. This demand was raised by BJP MP Nishikant Dubey in the Lok Sabha on Friday. BJP MP Nishikant Dubey claimed in Lok Sabha on Friday that 1800 schools in Jharkhand are getting holiday on Friday instead of Sunday, which is proof that the country is moving towards ‘Islamization’. Raising this issue during Zero Hour in the House, he said that the matter should be investigated by the NIA so that a strong message can be sent.

Muslim population increased in some districts, changed population balance: BJP MP

Dubey said, ‘I am drawing attention to the Islamization happening in the state of Jharkhand. The balance of population has changed in some districts of the state. Bangladesh is near and that is why it is happening. According to him, ‘Suddenly it was seen that there are 1800 such schools in Jharkhand which have put the word Urdu in their name. In these schools, there is no holiday on Sunday, but it is happening on Friday. The BJP MP said, ‘The country is moving towards Islamization. Jharkhand is giving way to him. It should be probed by NIA. A strong message should be sent that this will not be tolerated at any cost.

‘Jharkhand is very backward on the parameters of development’

BJP MP Jayant Sinha raised the issue of backwardness of Jharkhand and claimed that the state is very backward on many parameters of development. “The state has failed to provide research, opportunities and skill development to its people. Only seven-eight new start-ups have been registered in Jharkhand. The central government should direct that the state government should improve its working system. On the other hand, Bahujan Samaj Party MP Danish Ali raised the issue of arrears of sugarcane farmers in Uttar Pradesh and said that the central government should ensure that farmers get their dues and also get interest. AIMIM’s Imtiaz Jaleel claimed that 700 farmers have committed suicide in seven months in an area of ​​Maharashtra. He said that the government should get it investigated and help the families.

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