Sanatan Dharam Row: Tamil Nadu Chief Minister MK Stalin’s son and state Sports Minister Udhayanidhi Stalin (Udhayanidhi Stalin)’s statement is not stopping the controversy. There has been an uproar over his controversial remarks on Sanatan Dharma. BJP is continuously targeting Udhayanidhi Stalin and demanding him to apologize for his statement. Whereas, Stalin has also said that he stands by his statement.
10 lakh reward for the person who slapped Udhayanidhi
Recently, Saint Paramahamsa Acharya of Ayodhya Udayanidhi Stalin Gave a big statement regarding this. He had said that if someone brings Udayanidhi through deduction, he will give him a reward of 10 crores. Now something like this has been seen in Vijayawada of Andhra Pradesh. Wherein, a Hindu organization has announced a reward of Rs 10 lakh to the person who slaps Udhayanidhi. In this regard, posters have also been put up at various places in Vijayawada. These posters have been put up by Jan Jagran Samiti.
Udhayanidhi gave a statement on Sanatan Dharma
Let us tell you that Chief Minister MK Stalin’s son Udhayanidhi Stalin had created a controversy on Saturday (September 3) when he said that Sanatan Dharma is inconsistent with the concept of social justice and it should be “abolished”. Udhayanidhi had compared Sanatan Dharma to diseases like dengue and malaria, which was strongly criticized by BJP leaders. Udhayanidhi had said, “Sanatan Dharma is like malaria and dengue. Therefore, instead of opposing it, it should be abolished.”
What did PM Modi say on Sanatan Dharma issue?
In the midst of the ongoing debate about Sanatan Dharma, the country’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi (PM Ways) gave his reaction on this matter for the first time. He has asked his ministers to answer this strictly. According to sources, in the cabinet meeting held on August 7, PM Modi has reportedly told his ministers that the opposition is in a bind because of insulting Sanatan Dharma and the disquiet of the opposition is now evident.
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