Stalin Sanatana Dharma Row: ‘As long as devotees are alive, no one can challenge faith’, Smriti Irani said on Udayanidhi’s statement

Stalin Sanatana Dharma Row: After the controversial statement of Tamil Nadu Sports Minister Udhayanidhi Stalin, political developments are not taking the name of stopping. BJP is fiercely attacking the opposition alliance ‘India’ on the matter of ending Sanatan Dharma. Several parties distanced themselves. 

In this sequence, Union Minister Smriti Irani has targeted Udayanidhi’s statement. According to news agency ANI, speaking at the Janmashtami festival in Delhi’s Dwarka, he said, "Our voice should reach those who challenged ‘Sanatan Dharma’. As long as the devotees are alive, no one can challenge our ‘Dharma’ and faith."

What’s the matter? 

Actually, Udhayanidhi Stalin, while addressing a meeting in Chennai, compared Sanatan Dharma with diseases like dengue, malaria and corona. After this he refused to apologize on his statement. He said, ‘Honorable President Draupadi Murmu was not invited to the inauguration of the new parliament. This is the best example of Sanatan Dharma.’

BJP has demanded an apology from the opposition alliance. However, different opinions are also coming out regarding the statements of Udhayanidhi in the ‘India’ alliance. Udhayanidhi Stalin is the son of Tamil Nadu CM MK Stalin. He is the Sports Minister in the Government of Tamil Nadu as well as the Youth Wing Secretary of the DMK Party. He is the MLA from the Chepauk-Thiruvallikeni assembly seat in Chennai city. 

He became MLA for the first time in 2021 Tamil Nadu assembly elections. He has also worked as an actor, producer in Tamil films. According to the election affidavit, his total assets are around Rs 29 crore. About 22 cases are registered against Udhayanidhi. 

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