‘Dosti Bane Rahe Moment’: UP Deputy CM Keshav Prasad Maurya walks away from BBC interview

Keshav Prasad Maurya walks away from BBC interview: UP Deputy Chief Minister Keshav Prasad Maurya did what PM Modi did years ago. Keshav Prasad Maurya, just like PM Modi, left the interview in the middle. But in this matter, he even went ahead of PM Modi. He interrupted the interview and asked him to turn off the camera. After that he pulled the Covid mask of BBC reporter Anant Jhanane and called the security personnel and forcibly deleted the video from both the cameras.
But the BBC somehow recovered the video from the chip of the camera.

Actually, Keshav Prasad Maurya was giving an interview to BBC. During this, the journalist questioned the ‘Dharam Sansad’. Which made him very angry.

The journalist asked: “Yeti Narasimhanand is from Ghaziabad, Annapurna is from Aligarh, why is no action taken against the way these people are creating an atmosphere”

To this Maurya said: “Nobody tries to create an atmosphere, what is right, what they feel right on their platform, they would say. You are coming up with questions that not associated with the political sphere. I haven’t even seen the things you are talking about. But when you talk about religious leaders, talk about Muslim religious leaders and Christian religious leaders. If I had been told the subject first, I would have prepared and answered.”

Keshav Prasad Maurya walks away from BBC interview

Maurya was so enraged by the journalist’s question that he called the journalist an agent. The call for massacre of Muslims in the ‘Religious Parliament’ does not seem political to Deputy Chief Minister Maurya.

At the same time, the BBC has expressed its objection in view of the seriousness of the incident. The BBC has officially sent a complaint letter to the BJP National President, State President and the Chief Minister of the state.

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