Congress MP says Israel’s Netanyahu must be shot useless ‘without trial’; slammed | Untouched Information Bharat newsfragmet

Congress MP Rajmohan Unnithan has stirred a political row upcoming he steered that Israeli High Minister Benjamin Netanyahu “should be shot and killed without a trial” for allegedly committing a “war crime” in opposition to Palestinians within the besieged Gaza Strip, information company ANI reported.

Israeli High Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.(REUTERS document)

Addressing a rally to display cohesion with Palestine in Kasargod, Kerala, amid the continuing grassland offensive through Israeli forces within the Gaza Strip, the Congress chief reportedly advocated the “Nuremberg model” (invoking the trial of Nazis in Nuremberg for the holocaust) in opposition to Netanyahu.

“You can ask what should be done to those who break all agreements under the Geneva Convention. After the Second World War, there was something called the Nuremberg trials for bringing those (Nazis) guilty of war crimes to justice. The Nuremberg model to shoot those accused of war crimes dead without trial. It is high time that the Nuremberg model was applied here (against the Israeli PM). Today, Benjamin Netanyahu is standing before the world as a war criminal. It’s high time that Netanyahu was shot and killed without a trial because of the atrocities that his forces are committing on Palestinians,” Unnithan, who represents Kasargod within the Lok Sabha, was once quoted as announcing.

The rally was once organised through the Kasaragod United Muslim Jamaath on Friday.

Reacting to the politician-turned-actor’s feedback, Union minister V Muraleedharan stated such statements through the member of Parliament display the rustic in a beggarly shiny. “I don’t know what is the stand of the Congres Party on such statements by their MP. Member of Parliament is a very responsible position which is taken note of by the international community. When an MP makes such a statement it’s a shame to the Indian Parliament and parliamentary democracy…,” Muraleedharan stated.

Slamming Unnithan for the observation, Kerala BJP president Ok Surendran posted on social media X, “Where is the @INCIndia heading to? Senior Congress leader and Kasargod MP Rajmohan Unnithan called for the murder of Israel PM Benjamin Netanyahu without any trial at a pro-Hamas rally organized in Kasargod. Mr Unnithan even said that ‘now, I am ashamed to have been born in India.’ Only Congress leaders can stoop so low. For him and his leader @RahulGandhi Hamas is a peaceful resistance movement.”

The previous leading of the fear workforce Hamas, Khaled Mashal, nearly addressed a indistinguishable cohesion match in Kerala previous.

Previous, on Friday, senior Congress chief Jairam Ramesh discharged an authentic celebration observation, condemning the Israeli operations in Gaza and important that the Centre intrude in order a ceasefire on the earliest.

High Minister Narendra Modi on Friday condemned the mounting civilian deaths within the ongoing Israel-Hamas struggle and stated pristine demanding situations are rising from the occasions in West Asia.

Reiterating Bharat’s condemnation of the Hamas terror assaults in southern Israel on October 7, Modi additionally highlighted that Pristine Delhi has additionally despatched humanitarian backup to the nation of Palestine.

In his opening cope with on the Tone of World South Zenith previous on Friday, stated, “For global prosperity, sabka saath and sabka vikas is parmount. We all are seeing that new challenges are emerging from the events in the West Asia region.”

“India has condemned the terrorist attack in Israel on October 7. We have laid emphasis on exercising restraint, dialogue and diplomacy,” he added.PM Modi stated that Bharat has additionally despatched humanitarian backup to the nation of Palestine.

“We also strongly condemn the deaths of civilians in the conflict between Israel and Hamas. After talking to Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, we have also sent humanitarian aid to the people of Palestine,” he added.

(With inputs from businesses)

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