It has become clear from the election results of Bihar that there is no place for hate politics in the country. No party can get power by dividing the people on the basis of religion. This has been explicitly explained by Bihar voters through their verdict. Chancellor Maulana Azad National Urdu University Zafar Sareshwala told this while commenting upon Bihar election results. He further said Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP leadership failed to rein in the leaders who ran hate campaign in the country and made hate remarks, for which they had to pay the price in the form of defeat in Bihar.
Mr. Sareshwala claimed that there were many foes of Narendra Modi present in RSS and BJP who played the game of hatred for their own satisfaction and contributed in party’s defeat. Sareshwala declared the RSS Chief Mohan Bhagwat’s remark against reservations, part of the same conspiracy and said such remarks during the election campaign were part of planned conspiracy. ‘Although unnecessary remarks were made by various quarters and it was tried to provoke Muslims but remarks against Shahrukh Khan change the whole election scenario and hurt NDA. He said ‘Shahrukh Khan is pride of India, questioning his patriotism is reprehensible. Shahrukh Khan’s father and grandfather have taken part in freedom struggle and were freedom fighters.’
MANUU Chancellor said Bihar results are an eye opener for BJP. He felt persons running hate campaign in the party and outside, should be dealt with an iron hand.