There was a ruckus in Rajasthan over the statement of the Education Minister related to DNA, know the whole political matter

Jaipur : After Rajasthan Education Minister Madan Dilawar’s statement related to DNA, voices of protest have started rising across the state. On the call of Bhil Pradesh Mukti Morcha, the tribal community is continuing protests at subdivision and district levels across the state today. People of the tribal community are burning the effigy of the Education Minister and submitting memorandums demanding his resignation. After the situation arising from the statement given by Education Minister Madan Dilawar regarding tribals, the security of his house has been increased. A special contingent has been deployed at Dilawar’s Rangbari residence since Sunday morning. However, Dilawar was not in Kota on Sunday. On the other hand, Youth Congress officials have also warned of protests. It is worth noting that Dilawar had given an alleged statement of DNA test on the statement of Bharatiya Adivasi Party leaders in Rajasthan that they do not consider themselves Hindus.

Demonstration and Sadbuddhi Yagna in protest

In Kota, under the leadership of Pawan Meena Luhavad, District President of Adivasi Meena Utthan Seva Samiti Kota, the youth protested at the residence of Education Minister Madan Dilawar and demanded his resignation. The protesters submitted a memorandum addressed to the Governor and the Chief Minister. Party District President Madan Mohan Rajour, Saurabh Meena etc. were among the protesters. Deputy Mayor Pawan Meena said that during this time, the tribal community protested against the Education Minister and demanded his resignation. The protest will continue until the minister resigns.

Workers reached the hospital to give samples

Here, many workers under the leadership of Bhil Mukti Morcha’s national coordinator Dinesh Roat reached Simalwara CSC of Dungarpur district and claimed to give blood, hair and nail samples. During this, the officials said that soon a campaign will be started for giving blood samples on a large scale. It is noteworthy that after Minister Dilawar’s statement, MP Rajkumar Roat had talked about starting a campaign to collect samples from every tribal’s house for DNA testing and send them to the minister. Simalwara hospital in-charge Jignesh Katara said that some people had come to give samples, but samples were not taken as Sunday was a holiday.