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Assembly elections are expected in Karnataka this year. Senior BJP leader and former minister KS Eshwarappa has said that the microphone would be removed from the mosques if the party comes to power again in the state. Along with this, he has also talked about demolishing those mosques that were built by demolishing Hindu temples.
Eshwarappa said these things in an interview given to Dainik Bhaskar. He is currently debating the ‘Allah Bahara Hai’ statement. In fact, while addressing a public meeting in Mangaluru on March 13, 2023, the BJP leader asked if Allah would listen to Namaz only if loudspeakers were used during Azaan? He had said, “There is bhajan in the temples. We are also religious, but we don’t use loudspeakers. If you have to offer namaz through a loudspeaker, it means that Allah is deaf.”
Later Eshwarappa had also said that he was not against Muslims. His statement is against anti-nationals. At the same time, SDPI and the Congress were accused of inciting communal feelings. It is worth noting that BJP’s Vijay Sankalp Yatra is going on in Karnataka. Under this yatra, the party leaders roam throughout the state. This statement came from Eshwarappa also during this visit.
Responding to Dainik Bhaskar’s question regarding the controversy surrounding the statement “Is Allah deaf”, the BJP leader said that he was leading a Rath Yatra under Vijay Sankalp Yatra. As soon as he started giving a speech in Mangaluru, Azaan started. Because of this, he had said this regarding the disturbance created at the public meeting. He said that the Supreme Court also said about Ajan on Mike.
He said, “Whatever I’ve said, it didn’t happen suddenly. In the coming days you will see what steps we can take. I will urge the central and state government to act on this immediately. People should not be troubled.” During the interview, the BJP leader was asked accusing him of deliberately making such a statement that he had talked about demolishing 36,000 temples and building mosques on them. What is his basis?
In response, Eshwarappa said, “I am not talking about demolishing new mosques. I said that where mosques have been built by demolishing Hindu temples, I will build temples again. I had read in an article that mosques were built by demolishing 36 thousand temples. I don’t know what the real number is. I haven’t done anything about it yet. Let’s see what can be done next. I just said what was on my mind.