Yograj Singh, father of former cricketer Yuvraj Singh, who reached out to support the Farmers Protest, has allegedly made objectionable remarks about Hindus. Yograj Singh has made such a comment about the Hindus in a speech during the Kisan movement, after which his arrest is being demanded. The video of his speech is becoming increasingly viral on social media, after which people are getting angry.
Yograj Singh’s speech is becoming viral on social media, in which he is seen giving a speech in Punjabi. During the speech, he is seen using the word ‘traitor’ for Hindus. He says that ‘these are Hindu traitors, a hundred years of slavery of the Mughals’. Not only this, he has also given a controversial statement about women.
Many have termed Yograj’s speech blasphemous, inflammatory, abusive and hateful. Yograj is giving a speech in Punjabi where he is seen using the word ‘traitor’ for Hindus. He is seen saying, “These are Hindu traitors, a hundred years of slavery to the Mughals”. Not only this, he has also made controversial statements about women.
Yograj had earlier raised controversy by giving a statement about former Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni, when his son Yuvraj Singh was not getting a place in Team India. A large number of farmers are raising their voice against the new agricultural laws at the Delhi border. There are agitations in many places and big personalities from cricket to Bollywood are supporting the farmers.
Now, a video has started to surface on social media where Yograj could be heard making some uncalled-for comments. #ArrestYograjSingh started to trend on social media as the clip of Yuvraj’s hate speech went viral on the internet. Many have branded Yograj’s speech blasphemous, inflammatory, derogatory, and hateful.
However, the fifth round of talks between the government and farmer representatives has started at Vigyan Bhawan in Delhi. Prior to this meeting today, Union Home Minister Amit Shah, Defense Minister Rajnath Singh, Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar and Piyush Goyal attended an important meeting at Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s residence in New Delhi.