In an unexpected turn of events, a man who appears to be an admirer of Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath interrupted the press briefing by Congress. The briefing at All India Congress Committee (AICC) was disrupted with pro-Yogi Adityanath and Vande Mataram slogans.
#WATCH Delhi: A man interrupts the media briefing by Congress Spokesperson Pawan Khera, shouts “Yogi Adityanath ko Ajay Singh Bisht kehna Bharatiya sanskriti ka apmaan hai, Vande Mataram, Bharat mata ki jai” pic.twitter.com/pRDNd7WKsc
— ANI (@ANI) May 15, 2019
The man entered the AICC when Congress spokespersons Pawan Khera was speaking to the media persons. Before anyone could make sense of it, he pulled out the tricolour and demanded that Yogi Adityanath not be called as Ajay Singh Bisht.
“Yogi Adityanath ko Ajay Singh Bisht kehna Bharatiya sanskriti ka apmaan hai, Vande Mataram, Bharat mata ki jai,” (To call Yogi Adityanath Ajay Singh Bisht is to insult Indian culture, Vande Mataram, Bharat Mata Ki Jai)” he said aloud before being escorted out of the room.
A visibly stunned Khera who was seated along with Randeep Surjewala was clueless for a few seconds. However, soon after he called the security to take the man away.
The man who created disturbance in the media briefing of Pawan Khera said, “Is this (AICC) a government office, why can’t I go in there? My first demand is that those whose parents or partners are foreigners should not be allowed to contest elections in India as it is a matter of national security.”
We had reported earlier how the left-liberals have been targetting and insulting Yogi Adityanath by referring to his birth name Ajay Singh Bisht.
In the sacred traditions of Hindu Dharma, it is mandated that once a person takes the vows of a Sanyasi, he ceases to be the individual he was until that moment. He takes a new name, shreds all ties with his family and dedicates the remainder of his life to the Gods above and Dharma.
it’s indeed a grave insult to the Mahant of Gorakhnath Muth and sacred Hindu traditions. For all practical purposes, Ajay Singh Bisht died when he took the sacred vows of a Sanyasi and was reborn as Yogi Adityanath. There is great significance associated with that ritual. When Ajay Singh Bisht chose to forsake his name, he surrendered his ties with his family, he surrendered his attachment with his parents, his siblings, his friends and every person he had ever loved and cherished until that point. He gave it all up for Dharma as every Sanyasi does. Therefore, associating him with the name he was given at birth is a grave insult to the numerous sacrifices Yogi Adityanath and other saints like him have made in the service of Dharma.