A public meeting was organized in the holy Pushkar Sarovar on Monday before the immersion of the ashes of the late Kirori Singh Bainsla.
Shoes and slippers were thrown at Sports Minister Ashok Chandna in the Rajasthan government during a program on Monday. In fact, Gurjar leader Kirori Singh, who led the Chandna Gurjar reservation movement, had arrived at Bainsla's Asthi Visarjas program. During this, people from other backward castes including Gurjar society reached in large numbers and opposed Chandna.
Chandna accused the pilot
A public meeting was organized in the holy Pushkar Sarovar on Monday before the immersion of the ashes of the late Kirori Singh Bainsla. During this, as soon as ministers Shakuntala Rawat and Ashok Chandana, Vaibhav Gehlot reached the stage, the people present in the crowd started making noise. Meanwhile, some people also threw shoes towards the stage, although they did not touch anyone and fell before the stage. On this incident, Chandna alleged that Sachin Pilot was not invited to the program, so his supporters are doing so. However, the police controlled the situation.
If I come to fight then only one will be left
After this incident, Minister Ashok Chandna tweeted and wrote, "A wonderful sight was seen today, when Rajendra Rathod Sahab, who ordered the killing of 72 martyrs, came on the stage, there was applause and shoes on those whose family members went to jail in the movement. were thrown. The families of the martyrs were sitting on the platform on which the shoes were thrown, at least they would have taken care of them. He wrote, time will tell how far people who tarnish the last memory of Colonel Sahib will go. If Sachin Pilot becomes the Chief Minister by throwing a shoe at me, then he should be made soon because today I do not feel like fighting. The day I come to fight then only one will be left and I do not want this.
Bainsla had led the reservation movement
Lt Col Kirori Singh Bainsla, retired from the army, led several movements in the state for reservation in government jobs and educational institutions for people belonging to five castes, including Gurjars. He has been considered the biggest leader of the Gujjar community in the state. Kirori Singh Bainsla contested the 2009-Lok Sabha elections from the Tonk-Sawaimadhopur seat on a BJP ticket, but was defeated. Kirodi Bainsla and his son Vijay Bainsla had joined the BJP before the 2019 Lok Sabha elections. Let us tell you that he had relations with the leaders of BJP and Congress.