Poster put up on Gandhi Jayanti in Indore asking when will BJP expel the violence preacher Pragya Thakur?

Indore. In Madhya Pradesh’s Indore, BJP’s MP from Bhopal Pragya Thakur have been targeted through posters on the occasion of Gandhi Jayanti. The poster has asked when will BJP expel Pragya Thakur from the party. It is understood that this poster has been planted by a Congress worker.
Congress workers have pasted posters on Gandhi Jayanti in Indore, close to the Gandhi statue. The poster immediately came into discussion. Actually the poster has the photo of Mahatma Gandhi and Pragya Thakur. In which the caption is below the photo of Gandhi ji – the priest of non-violence, while the photo below of the photo of Pragya is the caption – Priesthood of violence. Also, it has been asked in the poster that, will the party that expel Pragya Thakur from BJP who believes in Godse and his ideology. It is written in the poster below that Mahatma Gandhi is immortal and in the request below, the names of Vivek Khandelwal and Girish Joshi are written. During the posting of the poster, there was a clash between the police officers stationed there and the Congress workers. The place where this poster was put up, a program is being organized on Gandhi Jayanti. In this program, State Home Minister Bala Bachchan and former Chief Minister Digvijay Singh were present. Actually, Indore has an identity as a city putting up posters on an issue or matter. Happiness or sorrow, welcome or protest, workers of political parties put up posters to express their feelings. Posters of BJP leader Kailash Vijayvargiya and his MLA son Aakash Vijayvargiya were also placed here after the Lok Sabha elections 2019 and after the famous ‘Bat’ incident.

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