Rajasthan: BJP MP Kirodi Lal Meena receives a death threat for helping Kanhaiya Lal’s family.

He shared the copy of the letter with the Minister of State for Home Nityanand Rai and the Delhi Crime Branch. A letter signed by Qadir Ali states that those who insult Prophet Muhammad will face the same fate as Kanhaiya Lal.

“Now it is your turn to Kirori Lal Meena as you consider yourself to be a Hindu leader and a sympathizer of Hindus,” the letter said.

It further alleges that Meena has been spitting poison against Muslims for quite some time. “Some days back, you came to Udaipur and announced that you would donate a month’s salary to the person who insulted the Prophet. You made a big mistake by calling Muslims Taliban, now it’s your number,” the letter says.

In his letter, Meena demanded prompt action against those behind the letter. Satish Meena, PA to the MP, said that they would file official police complaints in Delhi and Jaipur.

Responding to the threat, Meena said, “Giving one month’s salary to the family of Kanhaiya Lal ji who was a victim of jihadis in Udaipur has not gone down well with a jihadi named Qadir Ali.” He has threatened to kill me. I am not one to be afraid of such threats. I will continue to expose jihadis and the political forces who patronize them. Even if I lose my life,” Meena said.


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