Why did Haryana Ex-Home Minister Anil Vij remove ‘Modi ka Parivar’ from X bio? Know the reason

Anil Vij, former Home and Health Minister of Haryana and MLA from Ambala Cantonment, is once again in the headlines. However, not for a political statement but instead because of the change in the bio of his X (formerly twitter) handle.

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Former Home Minister of Haryana and MLA from Ambala Cantonment, Anil Vij has been in the news since Nayab Singh Saini was made Chief Minister of the state. It is being said that he is angry with the party and the BJP high command since Saini replaced Manohar Lal Khattar for the CM office. However, he most recently made the headlines due to a small change in X bio, wherein he removed “Modi ka Parivar” from his X (formerly twitter) handle.


However, in a recent turn of events it was revealed that the reason for this was that when he wanted change his status to “Ex-Minister”, the bio had crossed the maximum character count, causing the “Modi ka Parivar” to be removed. “Everyone knows that I have now become Ex and I should write Ex everywhere. But when I started writing Ex in my profile on the chracter count was crossed so I had to put "Modi ka Parivar" which I am a part of,  below, which gave everyone a chance to play. I am a staunch devotee of BJP. If you had talked to me before playing on this, I would have got a chance to hear your sweet voice and this would not have happened”, he explained in another X post.


Following the mistake however, the opposition was quick to attack BJP regarding Anil Vij and said - 'He got so angry that Sanam stopped convincing him'. However, after this BJP also gave a befitting reply to this. Earlier on Sunday, Anil Vij posted on his X, “the Congress party whose hero Rahul Gandhi talks about making tea by putting coal in the stove and whose national president Mallikarjun Kharge calls for Section 370 and 371, The party for which we all fought hard to remove the section has no right to ask for votes.”


Saini was chosen unanimously as leader of the party's legislature group after Haryana CM Khattar and his cabinet submitted their resignations to the Governor, Bandaru Dattatreya, on Tuesday post split in the BJP-JJP (Jannayak Janta Party) alliance.


Saini, who belongs to the OBC community, was made the president of state BJP last year. He had replaced senior BJP leader Om Prakash Dhankar who belongs to the Jat community. The replacement was seen as a part of BJP's preparations for the next Lok Sabha elections and the state assembly elections which will follow a few months later.

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