Delhi state BJP president Adesh Gupta, who is leading the party’s ‘bulldozer’ campaign against encroachment by alleged “Rohingyas and Bangladeshis”, announced on Saturday that his plan was to set up 40 villages in Delhi. to change Muslim names. At a press conference held here, Gupta said his party would send a proposal to the Kejriwal government to rename 40 villages in Delhi, which symbolize the era of ‘slavery’.
“No one wants to live with the slavery mentality that these names underline. I have received proposals from many villagers, in which they have requested to change the names of their villages. Is sitting on the proposal and is not giving approval.
Gupta said, “Local councilor Bhagat Singh Tokas presented the resolution which was passed by the corporation and the city planning department sent a letter containing the signatures of all the villagers to the urban development department of Delhi on December 9 last year.” There was no immediate reaction from the Delhi government on the claim. The BJP leader claimed that apart from Mohammadpur, there are 40 such villages where people want to change their names. He said that these 40 villages include Humayunpur, Yusuf Sarai, Masoodpur, Jamrudpur, Begumpur, Saidul Ajab, Fatehpur Beri, Hauz Khas and Sheikh Sharai to name a few.
On this, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) issued a statement saying that Delhi has a “state nomenclature authority” for such matters and if any such proposal is received, it will be “appropriately reviewed and processed by the concerned body”. The AAP said in the statement, “It seems that the BJP does not want the government to run through the prescribed procedure. It seems that the BJP is looking for an opportunity to start hooliganism and nuisance.” has been.
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