JP Nadda Slams INDIA Bloc: Nadda questioned whether Udhayanidhi’s statement was part of the INDIA bloc’s political strategy and asked if they planned to use this “anti-Hindu” approach in the upcoming elections.
New Delhi, 03 September(City Times): JP Nadda Slams INDIA Bloc: The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has launched a scathing attack on the INDIA bloc following Tamil Nadu Sports Minister Udhayanidhi Stalin’s controversial remark calling for the “eradication” of Sanatan Dharma. The BJP questions whether the opposition intends to employ an “anti-Hindu” strategy in the upcoming elections.
Udhayanidhi Maran, also the son of Tamil Nadu Chief Minister MK Stalin, made the statement during a conference organized by the Tamil Nadu Progressive Writers Artists Association in Chennai. He equated Sanatan Dharma with diseases like “dengue, malaria, corona” and emphasized the need for its “eradication.”
Reacting to this statement, BJP national president JP Nadda criticized Congress leader Rahul Gandhi’s “Mohabbat Ki Dukan” for spreading hatred against “Sanatana Dharma.” Nadda questioned whether Udhayanidhi’s statement was part of the INDIA bloc’s political strategy and asked if they planned to use this “anti-Hindu” approach in the upcoming elections.
Amit Malviya, BJP’s social media in-charge, went further, accusing the Congress party’s Tamil Nadu ally of advocating for the genocide of India’s 80 percent Hindu population. He characterized Udhayanidhi remarks as “genocidal.” In response, Udhayanidhi reiterated his stance, emphasizing that his resolve to challenge Sanatana Dharma would remain unwavering.
Udhayanidhi Stalin, Sports and Youth Affairs minister of Tamil Nadu and the son of Chief Minister MK Stalin, has ignited a fierce controversy with his recent comments regarding Sanatana Dharma, one of India’s ancient philosophies.
In his statement, he boldly declared that Sanatana Dharma is fundamentally opposed to the principles of social justice and should be “eradicated.” Drawing parallels with diseases like dengue and malaria, his remarks have sent shockwaves across the nation, particularly among supporters of this traditional belief system.
Stalin’s Defense and Counterargument
Udhayanidhi Stalin, defended his recent statements by clarifying that he did not call for the genocide of people following Sanatan Dharma. He emphasized that his critique was directed at the principle of Sanatan Dharma, which he believes divides people based on caste and religion.
Udhayanidhi maintained his stance, stating that he spoke on behalf of the oppressed and marginalized individuals who suffer due to the effects of Sanatana Dharma. He expressed his readiness to present extensive writings from Periyar and Ambedkar, who conducted in-depth research on Sanatana Dharma’s negative impact on society.
BJP Pesident K Annamalai also Strongly Reacted
BJP President K Annamalai also Strongly Reacted on This issue Annamalai, the state President of the BJP, criticized the DMK Party and said Gopalapuram Family is having one sole ambition: amassing wealth exceeding the entire State GDP. He directed pointed comments towards Udhayanidhi Stalin, suggesting that he, his father, and their ideology may have been influenced by Christian missionaries. Annamalai accused these missionaries of seeking to cultivate individuals like Udhayanidhi to promote what he views as their harmful beliefs. He urged Udhayanidhi to use his platform for more constructive purposes within Tamil Nadu, a state deeply rooted in spiritualism, instead of venting his frustrations.
Amit Malviya alleged that Stalin’s words amounted to a call for the genocide of those adhering to Sanatana Dharma. BJP leader Amit Malviya criticized Udhayanidhi Stalin for his recent remarks. Malviya stated that Udhayanidhi had equated Sanatana Dharma with diseases like malaria and dengue and called for its eradication rather than opposition. Malviya expressed concerns that Udhayanidhi statements implied advocating for the genocide of the 80% population in India who follow Sanatana Dharma.
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