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Ruckus over Pragya Thakur’s statement of ‘Godse Patriot’: Lok Sabha says, his comment ‘not recorded’

The Lok Sabha Secretariat later issued an official statement saying Thakur’s remarks were “not recorded”. Raja said that Godse had accepted that Gandhi had in mind for 32 years before deciding to assassinate Gandhi. Malice towards it was flourishing. Raja said that Godse killed Gandhi because he believed in a particular ideology. While opposition members were protesting against Tokataki by Thakur, BJP members requested him to sit down.

After this, the Speaker of the Lok Sabha said that only A. The king’s statement will be kept on record. Later, during the discussion on the bill, Gaurav Gogoi of Congress also strongly objected to Thakur’s remarks and demanded that he should apologize for it. During the Lok Sabha election campaign, Thakur had called Godse a patriot, due to which there was a big political controversy. He later apologized for his statement.

The BJP immediately disassociated itself from Thakur’s statement and asked him to make a public apology. Meanwhile, Parliamentary Affairs Minister Prahlad Joshi said that Thakur told the party that he did not support Nathuram Godse but was speaking about the revolutionary Udham Singh.

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