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Udhayanidhi Stalin’s No To apology Stand on ‘Sanatana Dharma’: In A Response To A Media Question, clarified, “I’m sorry, And this is not an apology to them

Udhayanidhi Stalin’s No To apology: Tamil Nadu’s Udhayanidhi Stalin, son of Chief Minister MK Stalin, has refused to back down from his controversial comments about ‘Sanatana Dharma’, despite mounting demands for an apology

Chennai,07 September(City Times): Udhayanidhi Stalin’s No To apology: Tamil Nadu’s Udhayanidhi Stalin, son of Chief Minister MK Stalin, has refused to back down from his controversial comments about ‘Sanatana Dharma’, despite mounting demands for an apology. His refusal came in response to a media question, where he clarified, “I’m sorry. And this is not an apology to them; this is for your (reporter) question.”

The controversy began when Udhayanidhi likened Sanatana Dharma to diseases like coronavirus, malaria, and dengue, emphasizing the need for its destruction rather than opposition.

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Sanatana Dharma, ‘Sanatanam,’ and the Debate

During his address in Tamil at a gathering of the Tamil Nadu Progressive Writers and Artists Association in Chennai, Udhayanidhi referred to Sanatana Dharma as ‘Sanatanam.’ He argued that Sanatanam, a term originating from Sanskrit, opposes principles of equality and social justice. He defended his stance, refusing to apologize for his comments.

Citing an Example of Caste Discrimination

When questioned about specific instances of caste discrimination that he believes should be eradicated, Udhayanidhi pointed to a recent incident. He mentioned that President Droupadi Murmu was not invited to the inauguration of the new Parliament building, which was conducted by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. This omission, according to Udhayanidhi, serves as a current example of caste discrimination.

Legal Consequences and FIR

The controversy surrounding Udhayanidhi’s remarks has led to legal repercussions. An FIR (First Information Report) has been filed against Udhayanidhi Stalin and Karnataka Minister Priyank Kharge in Rampur district, Uttar Pradesh. The FIR was filed following a complaint by advocates in response to their comments on ‘Sanatan Dharma.’

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