A Union minister responds to Uddhav “Godhra 2 alarm” by saying, “Don’t know what his father Balasaheb…

 A Union minister responds to Uddhav “Godhra 2 alarm” by saying, “Don’t know what his father Balasaheb…

Uddhav Thackeray, the former chief minister of Maharashtra, launched a direct assault on the BJP, warning that a Godhra-like situation would develop after the dedication of the Ram temple. This sparked a new controversy. “The government could invite a large number of people for the Ram Temple inauguration and on their return journey, an incident similar to that in Godhra may occur,” Uddhav added, leveling a serious charge against the government.

It is predicted that Ram Temple would opened in January 2024, just before the Lok Sabha election. PM Modi is deciding on a potential date for the inauguration that might fall between January 21 and January 24.

After a carriage of the Sabarmati Express set on fire in 2002, 59 karsevaks perished. This incident, also known as the Godhra train burning case, led to a severe riot in Gujarat that lasted for months.

What Anurag said on Uddhav?

Anurag Thakur, a minister in the Union, claimed that some members had lost sight of their party’s ideals out of a desire for power. Anurag Thakur said when asked about Uddhav’s comments, “I don’t know what Balasaheb (the late Shiv Sena founder and Uddhav Thackeray’s father) would have thought today and what Uddhav ji is doing today for the greed of power.”

The incident occurs while the BJP leaders are making every effort to put the INDIA leaders on the defensive over Udhayanidhi Stalin’s remarks regarding Sanatan Dharma. Anurag Thakur further criticized Uddhav Thackeray and Rahul Gandhi for being silent following Udhayanidhi’s assertion that Sanatan Dharma should abolished like dengue and malaria. The INDIA parties disagreed on whether or not to back Udhayanidhi’s comments in the Sanatan controversy. Sanjay Raut, the leader of Uddhav’s party, disagreed with Udhayanidhi’s assertion, but Uddhav has not responded to the controversy.

‘Prabhu Ram, grant him good sense,’ a BJP leader implores in response to Uddhav’s remark.
Balasaheb Thackeray, according to BJP leader Ravi Shankar Prasad, heavily involved in the Ram temple agitation. He gave us so many blessings, and his kid says all this? This coalition opposing PM Modi is capable of winning any number of ballots. I can only ask Lord Ram to provide him wisdom and common sense. What Uddhav stated is deplorable, according to Ravi Shankar Prasad.

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