Commenting on PM Modi proved costly for BJP's Muslim leader…

Bikaner bjp Minority Morcha district President Usman ghani, who expressed displeasure over the recent remarks of prime minister Narendra Modi in Rajasthan, was suspended from the party on wednesday (April 24) on charges of tarnishing the image. While talking to a news channel recently, Usman ghani said that the bjp is going to lose three-four lok sabha seats out of 25 seats in Rajasthan.

Usman ghani also condemned Modi's comments regarding Muslims during election rallies in the state. When asked about Modi's comments regarding Muslims, ghani had said that being a Muslim, he was disappointed by what the prime minister said. When he goes to Muslims to ask for votes for bjp, people of the community talk about such comments of the PM and demand answers from him.

What did Usman ghani say?

He also said that the Jat community in the state is angry with the bjp and they have voted against the party in Churu and other constituencies. ghani had also said that he is not afraid if the party takes any action against him for what he is saying. After this video of ghani surfaced on social media, bjp State Disciplinary Committee Chairman Omkar Singh Lakhawat said that an attempt was made by Usman ghani to tarnish the image of the party in the media.

Party suspended

Omkar Sinhalkhawat said in a statement that 'the party took cognizance of Usman Ghani's act of tarnishing its image and considering it a violation of discipline, expelled him from the primary membership of the party for six years.' Voting for bikaner lok sabha seat was held in the first phase on april 19. Addressing a rally in Rajasthan's Banswara, PM Modi on sunday suggested that if congress comes to power, it will redistribute wealth to Muslims. He alleged that congress plans to give people's hard-earned money and valuables to infiltrators and those who have more children. Many opposition parties have reacted sharply to this comment.

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