Controversial statements of leaders –

DMK MP A Raja has once again given a controversial statement. MP Raja is saying in the party meeting in the video that India is not a nation. Understand this well. India has never been a nation. A nation reflects one language, one tradition and one culture and such characteristics constitute a nation. Here Tamil is a nation. Malayalam is one language, one nation. Oriya is one language one nation. Such categories together create India. India is a subcontinent and has different customs, traditions and cultures. He said that states like Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Delhi and Odisha have their own local culture. He said that dog meat is eaten in Manipur which is a cultural aspect. There is a different culture in Kashmir. Every culture has to be recognized. If a community eats beef then accept it, what is your problem? Did they ask you to eat it? This is unity in diversity. There are differences between us and it has to be accepted. Raja said that if the slogans of ‘Jai Shri Ram’ and ‘Bharat Mata ki Jai’ mean fundamentalism then we will never accept Jai Shri Ram and Bharat Mata ki Jai, Tamil Nadu will never accept it. Not only this, he said that he is not worried even if he and his party are declared enemies of Lord Ram.

A similar objectionable statement has been made by Ramendu Sinha Roy, MLA of the ruling Trinamool Congress in Bengal, regarding the grand Ram temple built in Ayodhya. In this, he is saying in a meeting that according to me, this is an unholy place, where everything is showy. He questioned the consecration of Ram temple by Prime Minister Narendra Modi saying that Brahmins worship God in temples. Imams perform religious rituals in the mosque. Then how did PM Modi give his life without being a Brahmin? Ram temple in Ayodhya has been reduced to such a low level. Not a temple, but a showpiece has been built there.
Congress MP and senior leader Rahul Gandhi, during his Bharat Jodo Nyaya Yatra, said on the issue of unemployment in Ujjain that Modi wants that ‘you look at your mobile all day long, say Jai Shri Ram and do not do any work’. Die of hunger.’

While the statements of the above leaders reflect their frustration, it also reflects the growing popularity of Prime Minister Modi. Troubled by the increasing popularity of Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the country and abroad, how much disappointment and frustration there is among his opponents can be understood from the above statements.
Senior BJP leader and former Union Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad has condemned the controversial remarks of MP Raja and demanded his arrest and has also asked the Congress and Indian constituents to clarify their position in the above matter. He alleged that defaming India’s identity and insulting Indian faith has become a habit and political agenda of INDIA.

Prasad said that please do not insult the sentiments of Hindus like this. BJP’s IT wing in-charge Amit Malviya said on Twitter, hate speeches from DMK are continuing. After Udhayanidhi Stalin’s call to destroy Sanatan Dharma, A Raja has now called for partition of India, ridiculed Lord Ram, made derogatory comments against the people of Manipur and on the concept of India as a nation. Question has been raised. Congress and its allies in the opposition alliance INDIA are silent. Suvendu Adhikari, while sharing the video on Attacking Trinamool, Suvendu said that ‘this is the real character of the leaders of the ruling party. While attacking Hindus, their courage has increased so much that they are now having the audacity to call the grand temple of Lord Shri Ram impure. This highlights the feeling of Trinamool leadership towards Lord Shri Ram.

All those who abuse God are Hindus, one of them has Ram in his name. Such controversial statements towards the country and the faith of Hindus have come before also. Before the Lok Sabha elections, everyone is understanding the game of securing their vote bank by hurting the religious sentiments of Hindus. These people, who do not comment on any other religion except Hinduism, forget that their words promote mutual differences, conflict and violence.

No one is above the country, not only the above mentioned leaders but every leader and citizen will have to understand this. If there is a country then we are there.

-Irwin Khanna, Editor-in-Chief, Dainik Uttam Hindu.

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