New Delhi, March 15: Bhim Army chief Chandrashekhar Azad on Friday said that he will contest against Prime Minister Narendra Modi from Uttar Pradesh’s varanasi.
“We will send out a message to workers of Bhim Army to work hard to defeat the BJP. I will contest against Prime Minister Modi and defeat him. The whole Bahujan community is with us. I will teach him a lesson,” Azad said while addressing at Hunkar rally in the national capital.
However, the Bharatiya Janata Party is yet to announce the constituency from where PM Modi will contest the upcoming Lok Sabha election.
He also warned of Bhima-Koregaon violence like incident can recur if the Constitution is tampered with.
“Vote dene se pehle Rohith ki shahadat yaad rakhna,Atyachari,atyachari hota hai,vo kabhi tumhara hiteshi nahi ho sakta…Isliye maine kaha Bhima-Koregaon dohra denge,abhi uski zarurat nahi ai hai,jis din desh ke samvidhan pe aanch ai,Bhima-Koregaon dohra denge”, the Bhim Army Chief stated.
The event was organised to mark the 85th birth anniversary of Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) founder Kanshi Ram.