BJP Spokesperson Trolled After He Struggles To Recite Vande Mataram
At a debate on Zee Salaam, BJP's spokesperson Navin Kumar Singh was challenged to sing Vande Mataram to prove his patriotism.
Photo credits: Zee Salaam , India Today | YouTube screenshots
In a recent viral clip, at a debate on Zee Salaam, BJP's spokesperson Navin Kumar Singh was challenged to sing Vande Mataram to prove his patriotism by All India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLB) member Mufti Ejaz Arshad Qasmi.
In the video, Singh, who appears unfamiliar with the lyrics of the song, is seen mangling the words while apparently reading the song off his mobile phone.
This is what Singh ends up singing.
(Note: It was hard to decipher his words!)
Dumal Tsunami (?)
Here's the video:
Soon, the video caught the eye of the social media storm and it went viral in no time.
BJP spokesperson giving demonstration of his Party's Patriotism on Live TV!— Saral Patel (@SaralPatel007) October 28, 2017
PS -Notice how he scrambles for his phone to pull up lyrics. 😊 pic.twitter.com/8RqpQxyloO
Hilarious. BJP spokes screaming at a person to sing Vande Mataram, (he himself has no idea how it goes). https://t.co/gSLbcnlzNP— Karuna Nundy (@karunanundy) October 29, 2017
Nationalist party BJP's spoxman failed patriotism test, couldn't sing 'Vande Mataram' even while reading from his mobile 😂😂😂 pic.twitter.com/ysQzytGUtw— Irony Of India (@IronyOfIndia_) October 31, 2017
SHARE MAX— AAP Ka Mehta (@DaaruBaazMehta) October 28, 2017
BJP Spokesperson EXPOSED on National Television. He CANT sing "Vande Mataram"
Official PeeingHuman went ahead and added subtitles to the video.
However, this isn't the first time a BJP member has struggled to recite the National Song during the "prove your nationalism - Vande Mataram debate."
During a Newsroom debate with India Today, anchor Rahul Kanwal stopped the debate midway and asked the UP Minister of State for Minority Welfare, Baldev Singh Aulakh several times to sing four lines of the song. Aulakh somehow makes up one reason after another and deflects from the question.
Last week, junking the PIL to treat Vande Mataram on par with Jana Gana Mana, the HC bench said, "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."
The court's order came on a plea of Delhi resident Gautam R Morarka, who had urged the bench that directions be given to the Centre in this regard so that proper dignity and respect can be maintained when Vande Mataram is played or sung.
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