Yelling Azadi slogans, a young boy in Kanhaiya Kumar’s rally asked the ruling Bharathiya Janatha Party government whether it would have shown cows and cow dung to the world if there were no Taj Mahal or Red Fort.
A video is going viral on social media shows a young boy desperately pitching out high voltage speech to protest against the Modi government and its policies.
The rally (Sanvidhan Bachao) was organized in Bihar by the Communist Party of India (CPI), lead by Kanhaiya Kumar.
In his high-voltage speech, the young boy, who is reportedly 11-years-old, goes on to ask the in power government whether it would have displayed cows and cow dung to the world if there were no Taj Mahal or Red Fort.
"Had there be no Taj Mahal or Lal Quila, would you have shown Cow and Cow dung to the world?"
This is the speech of a kid in kanhaiya Kumar rally with crowd cheering for him, Is this their idea to save constitution?#TahirHussian #WeSupportTahirHussain #DelhiRiot2020 pic.twitter.com/L3WSnuTrCv
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Mockery at the Central government
According to the sources, the young boy intended to mock the Central government over the monuments built by Mughal rulers, he is further seen raising Azaadi slogans in the 68-second video.
The boy even excited the crowd with “Narendra Modi Murdabad” slogans and drew thunderous applause from the public present in the rally.
Kanhaiya Kumar is taking out rallies across Bihar to ask public opinion against the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA), National Register of Citizens (NRC) and National Population Register (NPR), the rally was held in the capital city of Bihar.
The most controversial figure, also made the crowds sing National Anthem with him. However, skipped a few words towards the end which was later trolled on the internet.