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PM Modi slams Opposition over DMK leaders’ comment

Prime Minister Narendra Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi slammed the Opposition unity bloc I.N.D.I.A and stated the political events which are a part of it have a decision to finish ‘Sanatan tradition.”

The remarks had been made by PM Modi at a rally in Madhya Pradesh and was his first public response following the controversy that sparked after DMK chief and Tamil Nadu minister Udhayanidhi Stalin in contrast Sanatan Dharma with dengue, malaria.

Beforehand, the Prime Minister had urged his ministers to ship a “proper response” to this comment.

“This INDI alliance doesn’t have a leader…they have also decided on a hidden agenda to attack India’s culture. The INDI alliance has come with a resolution to end ‘Sanatan’ culture…,” PM Modi stated.

‘Sanatanis, people who love our country, be alert’

Intensifying his assault on the Opposition unity bloc, PM Modi stated that the decision for the “eradication of Sanatan Dharma” has crossed a line and mustn’t go unchallenged.

“The people of this I.N.D.I alliance want to erase that ‘Sanatan Dharma’ which gave inspiration to Swami Vivekananda and Lokmanya Tilak… Today, they have openly started targeting Sanatan, tomorrow they will increase the attacks on us. All ‘Sanatanis’ across the country and the people who love our country will have to be alert. We will have to stop such people.”

Earlier this month, Udhayanidhi, son of Tamil Nadu Chief Minister MK Stalin likened Sanatan Dharma to malaria and dengue, and stated that its must be “eradicated”.

A political row erupted after junior Stalin’s comment, with the BJP hitting out at I.N.D.I.A , a gaggle of 28 opposition events.

A couple of days after Udhayanidhi’s comment, DMK Lok Sabha MP and former Union minister A Raja has likened Sanatan Dharma to illnesses like leprosy and HIV.

With inputs from companies



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