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Sharad Pawar on India to Bharat Row: Said- No Nobody Has the right to Change The Name Of The Country; questioned the ruling party’s concerns regarding a simple reference to the country’s name

Sharad Pawar on India to Bharat Row: Pawar revealed that Mallikarjun Kharge, President of the Congress party, has convened a meeting of all party leaders from the INDIA alliance on Wednesday to deliberate on the matter

Jalgaon, Maharashtra, 05 September (City Times): Sharad Pawar on India to Bharat Row: Sharad Pawar, the leader of the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP), has strongly expressed that nobody has the right to change the name of the country. This statement comes in response to recent claims made by the Congress party, stating that a G20 dinner invitation refers to the President as the “President of Bharat.” Expressing his bewilderment, Pawar questioned the ruling party’s concerns regarding a simple reference to the country’s name. He conveyed these thoughts during a press conference in Jalgaon, Maharashtra.

Meeting of INDIA Alliance

Pawar mentioned that a meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, called by Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge, which will involve discussions among the leaders of parties forming the INDIA alliance. The INDIA alliance consists of 28 opposition parties aiming to challenge the BJP-led Central government in the upcoming general elections in the country.

No Confirmation on Changing India’s Name

When asked about the possibility of altering India’s name in the Constitution, Sharad Pawar stated that he does not possess any information regarding such a change.

Meeting to Discuss the Issue

Pawar revealed that Mallikarjun Kharge, President of the Congress party, has convened a meeting of all party leaders from the INDIA alliance on Wednesday to deliberate on the matter. Pawar reiterated his belief that the name of the country should remain unchanged and that no one has the authority to modify it.

Congress Allegations

The Congress party had accused the Modi government of undermining the “Union of States” by referencing the President as the “President of Bharat” in the G20 dinner invitation. The G20 Summit, taking place in New Delhi from September 9 to 10, is under the presidency of India and will host numerous heads of state from around the world, including US President Joe Biden.

Significance of the Issue

The dispute over the country’s name, whether referred to as “India” or “Bharat,” holds significance in the context of cultural and national identity. It raises questions about the government’s stance on preserving the existing nomenclature in official documents and international engagements.

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