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JP Nadda’s Remark on ‘Santan Dharma’ Controversy: Accusations of Hate Spread in the Opposition

JP Nadda, the national president of the BJP, officially started the ‘Jan Ashirwad Yatra’ in Madhya Pradesh on a Sunday.

The journey kicked off from Chitrakoot in Satna district, marking the beginning of political campaigning in the state, which is currently ruled by the BJP. This yatra aims to connect with the people and seek their blessings as the state gears up for the upcoming assembly elections later this year.

During a public meeting at the launch, Nadda criticized Udayanidhi Stalin from the DMK for his controversial remark about ‘eradicating Sanatan Dharma’ or ancient Indian religious traditions. Nadda questioned if this statement was part of a broader political strategy by the INDIA alliance and if they planned to use such anti-Hindu sentiments in the upcoming elections. He accused them of spreading hate and being against the values of the country.

Nadda also praised India’s space achievements, including the Chandrayaan-3 mission and the successful launch of Aditya-L1, a mission to study the sun. He commended ISRO scientists for their work in conquering space.

Nadda spoke about the NDA alliance’s commitment to making India a developed nation under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. He criticized what he referred to as the ‘Ghamandiya’ alliance, a group of dynastic political leaders who recently met in Mumbai, accusing them of harming India’s culture and religion.

He expressed confidence that India would soon become the world’s third-largest economy, a guarantee he attributed to PM Modi. Nadda believes that the people of Madhya Pradesh will support the BJP in the upcoming assembly elections.

The ‘Jan Ashirwad Yatra’ is just one of several such journeys planned. During these yatras, the BJP will organize large public meetings to connect with people, highlight the welfare schemes of both the central and state governments, and showcase their achievements. Prime Minister Narendra Modi is expected to address a meeting of BJP workers on September 25 in Bhopal, marking the culmination of these mass-contact programs.

These yatras will cover over 10,500 kilometers and pass through 210 of Madhya Pradesh’s 230 assembly constituencies before reaching Bhopal. In the 2018 assembly elections, the BJP won 24 out of 30 seats in the Vindhya region through which the yatra will pass. In those elections, the Congress secured 114 out of 230 seats, with the BJP coming in second with 109 seats.


Also read:- Controversy Erupts Over TN Minister Udhayanidhi Stalin’s Comments on Sanatan Dharma

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