Uttarakhand CM Rawat slipped facts, said Mahakumbh appears in Varanasi too

  • | Thursday | 8th April, 2021

Rawat’s statement on ripped jeans was very much discussed. In it, he said that women were torn jeans, which puts the culture at risk somewhere. During this time he also shared his experience of an air journey. The Uttarakhand CM also apologized after the controversy arose over his statement.    

Uttarakhand CM Tirath Singh Rawat has once again got captured into a controversial and wrong statement. Since the last few days, he has been observed in controversies for his statements. And again his speech slipped while addressing an inauguration program during the Kumbh in Haridwar.

Rawat said that along with Haridwar and Ujjain, Kumbh is also celebrated in Varanasi. A video of this is now going viral on social media as well.

He said, “Mahakumbh comes every 12 years. Not come every year. Fairs are everywhere, can be anywhere. But Kumbh takes place in Haridwar itself, occurs in 12 years. It happens in Banaras, Ujjain. It must therefore be grand divine. Even with the grand divine, nature has corona from which the whole country, is troubled, plagued, affected. Today, work has been done to get rid of this problem under the leadership of respected Prime Minister Modiji.

Repeated fault:

Significantly, this is not the first time that the Uttarakhand CM has misrepresented a fact. Earlier on the country’s slavery, he said that India is doing a better job in dealing with the corona crisis than other countries. At the same time, America, which kept us, slaves, for 200 years and ruled the world, is struggling in the present times.


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