Yadav also raised objection to the new interpretation of secularism, and said that India accommodates all including atheists. The senior BJP leader said that India doesn't need lessons on secularism from 'so-called liberals'.
Yadav called upon the "so called liberals" to read the medical reports of the likes of Ankit Sharma, the murdered IB staffer, which are part of the book to understand how the riots were "started". Sharma was found dead in a drain near his home during the riots in North-East Delhi this year in February with 51 stab wounds on his body.
At least 53 people were killed and approximately 400 were injured in the violence that was sparked off as clashes between protesters "who were for and against the widely debated Citizenship (Amendment) Act or CAA."
Yadav said that a certain section of the society only selectively expresses faith in the judiciary depending upon whether the verdict suits them.
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