On Thursday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi elaborated on the issue surrounding the Sanatana Dharma comment made by Minister Udhayanidhi Stalin of Tamil Nadu. In his speech to a sizable crowd in Bina, Madhya Pradesh, Prime Minister Modi said that the INDI
A alliance had a “hidden agenda” to undermine and eradicate Sanatana Dharma culture.
PM Narendra Modi launched a scathing attack on the opposition coalition, the Indian National Developmental Inclusive Alliance (INDIA), referring to it as a “INDI alliance” that “does not have a leader.”
What PM Modi said on Stalin’s statement?
“Some parties are attempting to polarize the nation and its citizens at a time when Bharat is rising as a global leader at international forums. These people banded together to establish an alliance known as “INDI.” It’s referred to as a “ghamndiya (arrogant) alliance” by certain people. They don’t yet have a leader, so it’s unclear who will take the helm as they prepare for the Lok Sabha elections the following year. They are pursuing a covert goal of undermining Indian culture, according to PM Modi.
The Opposition group allegedly endorsed a resolution to “end the Sanatana culture” in the nation during its third meeting, according to PM Modi as well.
“This INDI-Alliance adopted a resolution to end our ‘Sanatana’ culture,” the prime minister declared. The philosophies, customs, and traditions that bound the nation and its people together for generations systematically destroyed by them.
A few days before to PM Modi’s criticism of the opposition, Udhayanidhi Stalin, the son of CM MK Stalin, had declared that Sanatana Dharma is incompatible with the idea of social justice and should “eliminated.” According to Udhayanidhi Stalin, “Sanatana is like malaria and dengue, so it must eradicated and not opposed.”
After laying the groundwork for multiple projects totaling more than 50,700 crores, including the ‘Petrochemical Complex’ at Bina Refinery and 10 major industrial projects around Madhya Pradesh, PM Modi addressed the gathering.
He laid the cornerstone for 10 projects, including a ‘Power and Renewable Energy Manufacturing Zone’ in the Narmadapuram district, two IT parks in Indore, a Mega Industrial Park in Ratlam, and six new industrial regions across the state.