Jharkhand Education Minister Neera Yadav Paid Floral Tribute To APJ Abdul Kalam,I’ve just applied Tilak, not garland the photo – Neera Yadav. The minister who applied to the former President APJ Abdul Kalam photo become an issue now.
Jharkhand Education Minister Neera Yadav Paid Floral Tribute To APJ Abdul Kalam : I’ve just applied Tilak, not garland the photo – Neera Yadav
It is common for politicians to commit blunders, some blunders show their real colors and qualities. But, the interesting thing is how they cover up their mistakes. In one such incident, Jharkhand education minister Neera Yadav reportedly paid floral tribute to former President A P J Abdul Kalam at an event in a school recently. The photos of Yadav apparently paying tribute to Kalam went viral inviting criticism against her and it makes her to resign forcibly.
However, Yadav confute that she was under the impression that Kalam was dead. She stated that she was just paying respect to the renowned scientist by applying a Tilak on his forehead. She also said that she did not garland the photo, which is usually done for the people who are dead.
She also stated -“Show me one photo or video in which I am garlanding the picture,” Yadav was quoted saying. “I only did a tilak which is done to people who are alive,” she added. Meanwhile, Congress took this opportunity to take a revenge on BJP leader by taking to streets and burning her images.
Yadav is a first time legislator, who emerged as winner in the Koderma assembly seat on a BJP ticket last year by defeating former social welfare minister, Annapurna Devi. But this issue made her to answer so many questions.
Jharkhand’s Education Minister Neera Yadav has become butt of social media jokes after she was seen paying tribute to a garlanded photo of former President APJ Abdul Kalam at a school function.
The pictures were published in a newspaper and then went viral on social media, inviting sharp comments by many.
As per Indian tradition, a garland is hung on a person’s photo only after they are dead.
However, according to media reports, the minister claimed there isn’t anything wrong in garlanding photos of great leaders, as it is a way of paying respect to them.