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DMK MP Kanimozhi expressed concern Over India To Bharat Row, Questioned- Is RSS Is Involved in influencing the nation’s agenda

DMK MP Kanimozhi expressed concerns: The DMK MP highlighted that although ‘Bharat’ has been a part of the Constitution for years, it was rarely used

New Delhi/ Chennai, 05 September (City Times): DMK MP Kanimozhi expressed concerns over the recent G20 summit dinner invitation addressed as ‘President of Bharat.’ She questioned whether the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) is influencing the nation’s agenda.

Kanimozhi, while speaking to the media, raised important questions about the choice of ‘President of Bharat’ instead of ‘President of India.’ She inquired about the motives and politics behind this unprecedented move.

Changing the Name of India?

The DMK MP highlighted that although ‘Bharat’ has been a part of the Constitution for years, it was rarely used. She noted recent comments by the RSS chief suggesting a name change for India.

Unrevealed Agenda for Special Parliament Session

Regarding the special session of Parliament called by the Centre, Kanimozhi stated that the Opposition is unaware of the agenda, raising further uncertainty.

Opposition’s Reaction

Congress MP Jairam Ramesh initially brought attention to the G20 dinner invitation being addressed to the ‘President of Bharat.’ The opposition criticized the Central government for this decision, sparking a heated debate.

Kejriwal’s Witty Remark

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal chimed in, questioning whether the nation’s name would change to ‘Bharatiya Janata Party’ if the INDIA bloc transformed into ‘Bharat.’ He expressed concerns about the government’s decision to alter the name based on political factors. This development raises questions about the influence of the RSS on government decisions and the potential impact on the nation’s identity.

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