Sanatana Dharma Controversy: ‘We do not oppose those who follow Sanatana Dharma, but…’, said DMK leader

Sekar Babu On Sanatana Dharma: Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) leader Shekhar Babu made a big statement after the controversy over the remarks made by Tamil Nadu Minister and Chief Minister MK Stalin’s son Udhayanidhi Stalin regarding Sanatana Dharma. Gave. He said on Thursday (September 14) that his party welcomes all Hindus and also supports those who believe in Sanatan Dharma.

He said, "We do not oppose those who follow Sanatan Dharma, but some of its principles, such as not allowing women to be educated, the practice of Sati and Kul Kalvi are not progressive. We believe that there should be no division among people and we want to eradicate untouchability. Since all this is mentioned in Sanatan, we oppose it."

Not issues to criticize the government
Shekhar Babu said that Tamil Nadu BJP chief Annamalai is speaking without any meaning and he is raising the issue of Sanatan because of the way things are going on in the state. They have nothing to criticize about the way the government is being ruled.

‘Annamalai’s Padyatra failed’
Taking aim at BJP, Minister Shekhar Baby said, "She (BJP) is not able to understand how to make her party win in Tamil Nadu?” He also claimed that Annamalai’s padayatra had failed and he had to join the Sanatan debate. This statement of the DMK leader comes after the Mira Road Police in Mumbai registered an FIR against Udhayanidhi for his remarks on Sanatan Dharma.

What did Udhayanidhi Stalin say?
Let us tell you that DMK leader Udhayanidhi Stalin had recently blamed Sanatan Dharma for promoting division and discrimination among the people. Not only this, he compared Sanatan with diseases like malaria and dengue and said that it should be eliminated.

Also read- Udhayanidhi Hindi Remarks: After Sanatan, now Udhayanidhi Stalin lashed out at Amit Shah regarding Hindi, what did he say?

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