Controversy continues over Bharat or India… PM Modi’s special instructions to the ministers, Mallikarjun Kharge said – BJP is afraid of INDIA. big things

India vs Bharat Renaming Row: The political tussle that started with ‘President of India’ being written on the G-20 Summit dinner invitation letter is increasing. The opposition alliance India (INDIA) says that the BJP (BJP) is scared of them, hence wants to change the name of the country. The rhetoric on this issue continued on Wednesday (September 6). 

PM Modi has instructed his ministers not to say anything on the dispute between India and Bharat. According to sources, the PM has asked the ministers not to speak anything on this issue in the meeting of the Council of Ministers. Indeed, the President

Kerala Chief Minister criticized

Regarding this issue, Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan criticized the central government that this is a part of the continuous efforts being made by the center to destroy the pluralism of the country. Should not be against the interests. In the present case, the alleged move to rename the country is undemocratic and unconstitutional. He also asked why the central government is afraid of the word India. 

Mallikarjun Kharge targets BJP

Congress national president Mallikarjun Kharge, while targeting the BJP, said that the BJP government is scared of the opposition alliance India, so it is diverting people’s attention from things like India-Bharat. BJP people are getting scared on seeing India. Kharge claimed that now they are saying that don’t call the country India and name it Bharat. Both these words are in the constitution. What is your objection. 

Rahul Gandhi mentioned about Bharat Jodo Yatra

Congress leader Rahul Gandhi also gave a statement on this controversy. While sharing a video related to his Bharat Jodo Yatra on YouTube on Wednesday, he wrote that Bharat, India ya Hindustan, sab ka matlab love, intention sabse unchi udaan. A year ago, Rahul Gandhi had undertaken a Bharat Jodo Yatra covering over 4,000 kilometers from Kanyakumari to Kashmir. 

No proposal to change the name

In the midst of the controversy over the President writing ‘President of India’ instead of ‘President of India’ on the dinner invitation, sources told ABP News that at present there is no proposal for any constitutional amendment regarding the name Bharat. The opposition has claimed that the country’s name can be changed in a special session of Parliament. This session will run from 18 to 22 September. 

What did Shashi Tharoor say?

Congress MP Shashi Tharoor took a dig at the BJP and said that if the India Alliance changes its name, the BJP may stop this game. He posted on X that we can call ourselves Alliance for Betterment, Harmony and Responsible Advancement for Tomorrow (India). Then maybe BJP should stop this dirty name changing game. 

Omar Abdullah said – Opposition alliance ready to change its name

National Conference leader and former Jammu and Kashmir CM Omar Abdullah said that the opposition alliance India is ready to change its name if the central government is allegedly planning to change the name Bharat to India because of the opposition. He said that we do not want to put the country in trouble. We have not come to increase the expenditure of the country, but to reduce it. 

Biju Janata Dal in favor of India

Himanta Biswa Sarma again supports

Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma once again supported the name Bharat. He said that India and Bharat are not a matter of debate. India and Bharat are interchangeable, both the names can be used interchangeably. This is the 2016 decision of the Supreme Court. 

Demand to change the name of RBI

Himanta Biswa Sarma said that whether it was Manmohan Singh or Indira Gandhi, everyone took oath as the Prime Minister of India. Deve Gowda was sworn in as the Prime Minister of India, so this is not a debate. Along with this, he also said that the name of institutions like Reserve Bank of India should be changed. He said that the name of the central bank should be Reserve Bank of India. 

Former Vice President also in support of India

Former Vice President of the country M Venkaiah Naidu supported the name Bharat. He said that there is nothing wrong in using the name Bharat instead of India as the country has been known by this name since ancient times. He said that there should be a detailed and meaningful debate on such topics. 

"BJP trying to divert attention from issues like inflation"

Trinamool Congress MP Abhishek Banerjee accused the BJP of diverting attention from issues like inflation. He posted on X that BJP is trying to divert people’s attention through India vs India. By taking note of this, let us hold this government accountable for rising prices, rampant inflation, communal tension, unemployment, border disputes and the double engine and hollow melody of nationalism. 

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