Bandi Alleges That I.N.D.I.A Is Comprised of Hindu Betrayers:
The BJP continued its criticism of Tamil Nadu Minister Udayanidhi Stalin on Wednesday for his remarks regarding Sanatan Dharma and demanded an immediate apology. They also warned of widespread outrage across the country, emphasizing that his comments not only insulted Hindu ‘Dharma’ but all religions.
Prakash Javadekar, the BJP’s Rajya Sabha member and Telangana election in-charge, expressed, “Udayanidhi, by equating Sanatan Dharma with Dengue and Covid, not only disrespected Sanatan Dharma but all faiths. He has offended believers of all religions, as people deeply cherish their faith.”
Javadekar also took aim at the Congress party, which leads the I.N.D.I.A political alliance, of which the DMK party, to which Stalin belongs, is a part. He questioned whether Rahul Gandhi or Congress President Kharge would clarify their party’s stance on Udayanidhi’s views.
Javadekar stated that they would maintain their dignity but highlighted the widespread anger against Udayanidhi across the country. He presented two demands: Udayanidhi must issue an immediate apology, and Congress should clarify whether it supported or opposed Stalin’s comments.
Meanwhile, Bandi Sanjay Kumar, Karimnagar MP and former BJP state president, who was visiting the USA, remarked that it has become a trend for parties in the I.N.D.I.A bloc to criticize Hindu Dharma and insult Hindus. He cautioned that those who criticize Sanatan Dharma are also part of the same society that holds it dear.
Bandi Sanjay, speaking in Charlotte, North Carolina, drew attention to Udayanidhi’s grandfather describing Lord Rama as an engineer, while the grandson insulted Sanatan Dharma. He asserted that whether it’s Stalin, Sonia, or Rahul Gandhi, severe reactions can be expected if they speak against their faith.
Sanjay issued a warning that when BJP members like Nupur Sharma and Hyderabad MLA Raja Singh were accused of hurting religious sentiments, the party suspended them. If I.N.D.I.A leaders fail to condemn Udayanidhi’s comments, it would be seen as betrayal by Hindus, and the consequences would be significant.