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After Ravi Kishan’s Oath As MP For 2nd Time, A ‘Har Har Mahadev’ Chant

Being sworn in as a Lok Sabha MP for the second time, BJP leader Ravi Kishan ended his oath by invoking a yogi, chanting a Hindu religious mantra and shouting a slogan praising the Bhojpuri language and the people who speak it.

After taking oath, the actor-politican said, “Baba Gorakhnath Maharaj ki jai, Har Har Mahadev” and was joined by other MPs in the House for the Mahadev chant. He then said “Jai Bhojpuri” and smiled before shaking hands with MP Faggan Singh Kulaste, who was presiding at the time, and walking off the podium. Uttar Pradesh’s Gorakhpur, Mr Kishan’s constituency, is known for the Gorakhnath Temple.

The results came as a shock to the BJP, which also became the second-largest party in the state in terms of Lok Sabha seats, behind the Samajwadi Party.

Before Mr Kishan’s swearing-in, AIMIM Chief Asaduddin Owaisi sparked controversy by expressing solidarity with the people of Palestine after taking oath as the Hyderabad MP for the fifth time. Members of the treasury benches objected to this and were assured by Radha Mohan Singh, who was chairing the proceedings at the time, that any statements beyond the formal oath would not be recorded.

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Source: NDTV

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