Karnataka’s former deputy CM K.S. Eshwarappa’s bad words, gave this statement


The genie of Ajan controversy has once again woken up in the country. This time, former Karnataka Deputy CM KS Eshwarappa commented on the use of loudspeakers for Azaan, saying, ‘Is Allah deaf that there is a need to use loudspeakers to call him’. With this comment of the BJP leader, a new controversy can arise in the debate on ‘Azaan’. In Karnataka, the issue of Hijab and Azaan has reached the High Court.

This statement came to the fore when BJP leader KS Eshwarappa Eshwarappa was addressing a public meeting, when the sound of Azaan was coming from a nearby mosque. To this Eshwarappa said, ‘This (azaan) is a headache for me, wherever I go I have the same problem.’ Eshwarappa did not stop here, he asked people a question, ‘Will Allah listen to Namaz only if loudspeakers are used during Azaan?’ He said, “We Hindus also pray in temples, recite shlokas and sing bhajans, we have more faith than them and it is Bharat Mata who protects all religions. It is not needed, this issue should be resolved.

Eshwarappa said, ‘There is no doubt that it will end soon. Supreme Court’s decision. PM Narendra Modi has asked us to respect all religions, but must ask, can Allah only listen when you shout on the mic? This issue should be resolved soon.

Former Deputy CM of Karnataka Eshwarappa has been in headlines for controversial statements even before commenting on Ajan. Earlier, he had also given a controversial statement on Tipu Sultan, the ruler of Mysore in the 18th century. Serious allegations of corruption have also been leveled against Eshwarappa.

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