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Paresh Rawal mocks Hamid Ansari over his ‘Muslim’ remarks, says ‘get well soon’

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Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MP, Paresh Rawal on Thursday mocked former vice-president, Hamid Ansari over his statement about Muslims of the country. Rawal took to twitter to tell Ansari to ‘get well soon’. “Wishing shri Hamid Ansari ji a long and a healthy life so plz GET WELL SOON ! (sic),” Rawal tweeted.

In his last interview on Wednesday, Ansari had said that the Muslims in the country were experiencing a “feeling of unease.” “A sense of insecurity is creeping in as a result of the dominant mood created by some and the resultant intolerance and vigilantism,” Ansari had said.

Referring incidents of lynching and alleged killings as a “breakdown of Indian values,” he said, “breakdown of the ability of the authorities at different levels in different places to be able to enforce what should be normal law enforcing work and over all the very fact that Indianness of any citizen being questioned is a disturbing thought.”

Ansari has been facing backlash for his ‘Muslim comments’. Earlier, BJP leader Meenakshi Lekhi told ANI that there is no better country than India for Muslims. Ansari should check the facts as in which government Muslims felt more insecure, she said.

“The time at which he had made these statements shows his intentions. When he was on chair he said nothing about these issues but now at the time of leaving he is doing politics. He wants to try his hand in politics now. He must read first during which government Muslims were more insecure,” Lekhi said.

“I thought he is wise and intelligent but whatever statement he gave was not apt. He doesn’t have any information about anything. He will have to read those text books first,” Lekhi added.