“Respect Individuals Of Tamil Nadu However…”: Mamata Banerjee On ‘Sanatana’ Comment

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“I really feel that each faith must be equally revered,” Mamata Banerjee stated.

Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Monday signalled her disapproval at Tamil Nadu minister Udhayanidhi Stalin over his “Sanatana Dharma” remarks, which have set off a political maelstrom forward of a string of state elections and drawn a number of BJP barbs. It additionally seems to have put Opposition bloc INDIA in a dilemma, calling upon diplomatic abilities of the leaders to protect unity.

Ms Banerjee, who has maintained silence for over a day, spoke up after Congress feedback on the problem.

The Trinamool Congress chief — who had recited scriptures forward of the meeting polls in face of BJP allegations of minority appeasement — declared, “We shouldn’t be concerned in any matter which could damage a bit of individuals”.  

“So far as the remarks (of Udhayanidhi Stalin) is worried, he’s a junior. From my facet, I’m not clear about why and on what grounds he has made the remark. I really feel that each faith must be equally revered,” Ms Banerjee stated on Monday night, hours after her celebration spokesman referred to as the feedback “unlucky”.

“I respect the individuals of Tamil Nadu and South India. However my humble request to them is that to respect all as each faith has separate sentiments,” Ms Banerjee stated.

Pointing to the “Unity in Range” and India’s inclusive secularism, Ms Banerjee stated, “I respect the Sanatana Dharma and we derive our learnings from the Vedas… Now we have so many purohits and our state authorities presents pension to them… Now we have so many temples throughout the nation. We go to temples, mosques, and church buildings”.  

Mr Stalin’s remark that Sanatana Dharma “is like malaria and dengue and should be eradicated” has offered ammunition to the BJP forward of a string of meeting elections.

Amid enormous backlash on social media, the celebration has declared that Mr Stalin’s remark is a “name for genocide” and accused Congress’s Rahul Gandhi of being “Anti-Hindu” due to his silence.

The Congress has taken a nuanced stance, saying all religions must be revered and other people have proper to precise opinions. Youthful leaders of the Congress like Priyank Kharge and Karti Chidambaram have backed Stalin Junior. So has CPM’s D Raja.

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