Haryana Home Minister Anil Vij has objected to writing slogans against Brahmins and Baniyas on the walls of the Jawaharlal Nehru National University (JNU) campus. Anil Vij tweeted on Friday morning that the person who wrote the slogans has attacked the culture and business of the country. Such thinking should be crushed. Please tell that on the night of 30 November, slogans against Brahmins and Baniyas were found written on the walls of JNU.
Home Minister Anil Vij wrote that anti-Brahmin and anti-Bania slogans on the walls of JNU are very dangerous, because Brahmins are keeping the religion and culture of our country alive. Vij has written that the tradesman is playing an important role in the business of the country. The slogan writer has attacked the culture and business of the country. Such thinking should be crushed.
In the Gujarat elections, the BJP has announced the implementation of the Uniform Civil Code in its election manifesto, while it has also talked about its implementation in Madhya Pradesh. On this issue, Haryana Home Minister Anil Vij said that all citizens are equal for the government. No caste area matters to them. That's why there is talk of implementing the Uniform Civil Code law on all. In Haryana also, we are looking into all its points. It will be implemented soon.