Hindu Mahasabha installs Nathuram Godse's idol in Gwalior office. And Tweeps' reaction is pure savage

Vishwa Hindu Parishad and the ruling party--BJP have distanced themselves from the incident

They’ve done it again! After stirring a controversy for ruthlessly calling out Bollywood actor Kamal Haasan and saying that people like him should be ‘shot dead’, Akhil Bharatiya Hindu Sabha is back in the news. This time, the right-winged organisation has triggered another controversy by installing an idol of Nathuram Godse, observing his death anniversary, in Gwalior’s city office. Nathuram Godse was hanged to death on November 15, 1949.

Earlier, the Mahasabha had asked the district administration for land for building a temple dedicated to Mahatma Gandhi’s assassin in the city. However, when their proposal was rejected, they decided to go ahead and install it in their office on Wednesday, November 15.

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Reacting to the incident, leader of opposition in the state, Ajay Singh demanded a case of treason be lodged against those involved in the case. However, Bhartiya Janta Party and the Vishwa Hindu Parishad distanced themselves from the incident saying that they had no part to play in the installation of the statue.

Meanwhile, Tweeps had an interesting take on the incident. Check out what they have to say: