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Madhya Pradesh Govt Considering Ban On Salman Khurshid’s Book On Ayodhya

The controversy surrounding senior Congress leader Salman Khurshid’s just launched book on Ayodhya is refusing to die down. Madhya Pradesh Home Minister Narottam Mishra on Friday said that he is consulting legal experts to get book banned in the state.

“I will consult law experts in Madhya Pradesh and get this book banned in the state,” Mishra told reporters in Bhopal.

In his book titled ‘Sunrise Over Ayodhya: Nationhood in Our Times’, Khurshid has reportedly compared Hindutva to ISIS, Boko Haram.

“Sanatan Dharma and classical Hinduism known to sages and saints were being pushed aside by a robust version of Hindutva, by all standards a political version similar to the jihadist Islam of groups like ISIS and Boko Haram of recent years,” Khurshid has stated in the book.

The BJP has been firing all cylinders at the Congress over the controversial book, demanding party president Sonia Gandhi to immediately sack Khurshid from the organisation.

BJP’s national spokesperson Gaurav Bhatia said during a press conference in Delhi, “Why is Sonia Ji not immediately sacking such leaders from the party (Congress). In politics, you can be our opponent, but you cannot be the enemy of the country. The Congress party is spreading hatred against Hindus.”

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