Taj Mahal controversy: Demolish all signs of slavery including Parliament: Azam Khan

Taj Mahal controversy: Demolish all signs of slavery including Parliament: Azam Khan

Updated 17 Oct 2017 09:03 AM

Taj Mahal controversy: Demolish all signs of slavery including Parliament: Azam Khan

Now, Azam khan has jumped into the Taj Mahal controversy. In the war of words, he says that all such buildings which represent the signs of slavery should be done away with. And this includes not only Taj Mahal but Parliament, Qutub Minar too. He asks to demolish them all. Further he says that now if BJP steps back from what it has been saying then it would be political impotency.
He also said that he would support BJP in doing away with all such buildings.

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