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BJP Spokesperson Couldn’t Sing Vande Mataram Even After Reading Lyrics From Phone, Got Trolled

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BJP Spokesperson Couldn’t Sing Vande Mataram Even After Reading Lyrics From Phone, Got Trolled

BJP is trying hard for making Vande Mataram compulsory in many places like legislatures and schools; however, it’s a matter of extreme displeasure that the party’s spokesperson and leaders are not making much effort in this direction. In short, they themselves are not well-acquainted with the lyrics of the poem written by Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay and they want others to recite it. What an irony!

A video of a debate on Zee Salaam is going viral on the Internet and social media in which Mufti Ejaz Arshad Qasmi, member of AIMPLB (All India Muslim Personal Law Board) challenged Navin Kumar Singh, the spokesperson of Bharatiya Janata Party, for singing Vande Mataram for giving a proof of his patriotism.

However, it seemed that Navin Kumar Singh himself didn’t know the lyrics of Vande Mataram and that’s why, he read the poem from his phone and even then, he sang it miserably.

It was hard to get what he actually sang but his words were like:

“Vande Mataram

Sujalam Sufalam

Malayaja Sheetalam

Sansayaam

Malyaam

Subhrat Jotsam

Pulkityaam

Vande Mataram

Pulkistan

Sumita

Dumal Tsunami (?)

Suhasin

Sumantra Bulshumaani

Vande Mataram”

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It was natural for the BJP spokesperson to get brutally trolled after this. Check out some tweets:

Nobody knew, in fact:

He deserves an Oscar:

Shame:

Such a fool he is:

A sensible comment:

Anganwadi student:

That’s epic:

Ek hi bhool:

They are true politicians:

It’s actually sad:

Fake bhakts:

India is in their hands for 5 years:

It’s not the first instance of its kind when a BJP member faced criticism for not being able to sing Vande Mataram. Earlier a similar situation developed when anchor Rahul Kanwal of India Today channel halted a newsroom debate in middle and demanded that Baldev Singh Aulakh, the UP Minister of State for Minority Welfare, should sing four lines of Vande Mataram. However, Baldev Singh tried to avoid singing by giving excuses.

A PIL was rejected by the High court bench last week which demanded that Vande Mataram should be treated on the same level as the national anthem Jana Gana Mana. The bench stated,

“Though we agree with the petitioner that ‘Vande Mataram’ be recognised by the respondent as equal to ‘Jana Gana Mana’. We are of the view that we are unable to grant the relief sought in the petition.”

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