Paresh Rawal Controversy: Rawal targets Bangladeshi Muslims, Rohingyas and Bollywood

Publish Date: 02 Dec, 2022 |

Actor-turned-politician Paresh Rawal is often in headlines for his statements. Now in the middle of the Gujarat elections, a video of him has come to the fore, for which he is being severely criticized. In fact, just before the first phase of elections in Gujarat, Paresh Rawal had come to campaign for his party BJP, where he also addressed the people. Meanwhile, Paresh Rawal made such a statement while referring to Rohingya Muslims, about which a controversy has started.

Paresh Rawal’s comment

Rawal had addressed a rally in Valsad on Tuesday as part of his campaign just before the Gujarat elections. He said in his statement, 'Gas cylinders are expensive. Although their price will come down. People will also get employment. But what if Rohingya Muslims and Bangladeshis start living around you like they are living in Delhi? What will you do with the gas cylinder then? Will you cook fish for the Bengalis?' When this statement of the actor reached the social media users, Rawal was surrounded. People criticized him in different ways.

Paresh Rawal also talks about CM Kejriwal

During his speech, he also targeted Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal. He had said that he comes here by private plane and then shows off by sitting in a rickshaw. We have spent our whole life in acting but we have never seen such a gimmick. He abused Hindus a lot. He served Biryani in Shaheen Bagh.


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