13 Controversial Statements By Samajwadi Party Leader Azam Khan

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Samajwadi Party’s firebrand leader and Uttar Pradesh Urban Development Minister Azam Khan strikes the headlines for his sensational allegations, communal politics, abusive language and a foot in the mouth disease that spares none.

From Prime Minister Narendra Modi to his own party supremeo Mulayam Singh, Azam Khan has taken on every prominent political leader in his fiery speeches.

Here’s a compilation of Azam Khan’s controversial statements that raised eyebrows.

Commenting on the November 2015 Paris attacks that killed 130 people

Azam Khan Controversial Statement (1)

Attacking BJP’s Prime Ministerial candidate Narendra Modi during the 2014 Lok Sabha election campaign

Azam Khan Controversial Statement (2)

Speaking about the Ram Temple issue

Azam Khan Controversial Statement (3)

Dividing the Indian Army on religious lines

Azam Khan Controversial Statement (4)

Sharing his pearls of wisdom

Azam Khan Controversial Statement (5)

An insightful view on India’s Population problem

Azam Khan Controversial Statement (6)

When asked about the source of funds for Mulayam Yadav’s grand birthday celebration

Azam Khan Controversial Statement (7)

Taj Mahal now becomes a ‘Muslim Monument’ for Azam Khan

Azam Khan Controversial Statement (8)

Mocking his own party chief, Mulayam Yadav at a gathering

Azam Khan Controversial Statement (9)

When asked about illegal mining on Uttar Pradesh – Haryana border

Azam Khan Controversial Statement (10)

Advising a rape victim

Azam Khan Controversial Statement (11)

Commenting on the Swayamsevaks

Azam Khan Controversial Statement (12)

Taking a jibe at Smriti Irani’s closeness to Narendra Modi

Azam Khan Controversial Statement (13)

Leaders like Azam Khan have a follower base across the nation. It is not only a moral responsibility, but also a social responsibility of leaders to make responsible statements. But alas. It is all in our hands.

 

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