Kaushal Kishore Sparks Controversy With His Statement On Nehru And Gandhi
According to the sources, In reality, Union Minister Kaushal Kishore has frequently spoken out against drug abuse.
NEW DELHI: An assertion that Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru using drugs was made by a Union Minister in a remark about him and Mahatma Gandhi. The nation's first Prime Minister, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, used to use drugs, according to Kaushal Kishore, Union Minister of State for Housing and Urban Affairs, who was speaking at the Nasha Mukti Jagran Abhiyan event held in Bharatpur, Rajasthan. Not only that, but he also asserted the son of Mahatma Gandhi in a similar manner.
In the widely shared video, Kaushal Kishore, the Union Minister of State for Housing and Urban Affairs, said: "As the son of Mahatma Gandhi and a former drug user, Jawaharlal Nehru too smoked cigarettes. If you read it and watch it, you will be aware. The drug trade has therefore totally taken over our nation. We want more individuals to be terrified of the various harms that drugs can inflict. Drug stores will be closed in the same way that there are no poison shops."
In reality, Union Minister Kaushal Kishore has frequently spoken out against drug abuse. His Twitter name reveals that he constantly raises awareness about drugs.
"I myself became an MP, even after my wife became an MLA, I could not save my son's life from drug addiction, but I want that now no mother and father should lose their child due to drugs. No woman should become a widow because of intoxication, no child should be fatherless because of intoxication," one of Kaushal Kishore's tweets read.
"No sister should lose her brother due to drugs and no family member should die due to drugs, so I want to do the whole thing through Nasha Mukt Samaj Andolan Abhiyan. I want to create a drug-free India by making the country aware. Those who are with me in this movement, comment and write your mobile number," said the Minister in another recent tweet that he shared to spread awareness against drugs.