‘Sanatan dharma like dengue, malaria…’: MK Stalin’s son Udhayanidhi Stalin sparks fresh political row

Tamil Nadu CM MK Stalin’s son Udhayanidhi Stalin has sparked an enormous row in his current assertion towards the ‘Sanatan dharma’.

In a recent political row sparked in Tamil Nadu, chief minister MK Stalin’s son Udhayanidhi Stalin sparked a serious controversy when he made sure remarks concerning the ‘Sanatan dharma’, evaluating it with the likes of malaria and dengue.

Throughout a public tackle, Udhayanidhi Stalin mentioned that the Sanatan dharma shouldn’t solely be opposed however “eradicated” from the nation, calling the faith “towards social justice and equality”,  inflicting an enormous uproar in Tamil Nadu and south politics.

As quoted by ANI, MK Stalin’s Udhayanidhi son mentioned, “Few issues can’t be opposed, that must be abolished solely. We won’t oppose dengue, mosquitoes, malaria or corona. We now have to eradicate this. That is how we now have to eradicate Sanatana.”

The political chief additional mentioned, “I thank the organisers of this convention for giving me the chance to ship a particular tackle. You might have saved the identify of the convention as ‘Sanatana Abolition Convention’ slightly than ‘Anti-Sanatana Convention’, I admire that.”

Quickly, many political leaders from Bhartiya Janta Occasion (BJP) and several other right-wing teams expressed their outrage on the statements. Nonetheless, Udhayanidhi mentioned that he backed his phrases, clarifying that he by no means requested for a genocide of individuals following Sanatan Dharma.

“Sanatan Dharma is a precept that divides individuals within the identify of caste and faith. Uprooting Sanatan Dharma is upholding humanity and human equality. I stand firmly by each phrase I’ve spoken. I spoke on behalf of the oppressed & marginalized, that suffer because of the Sanatan Dharma,” the DMK chief wrote on X.

Replying to BJP IT cell chief Amit Malviya’s tweet, Udhayanidhi mentioned, “I’m ready to confront any challenges that come my method, whether or not in a courtroom of regulation or the individuals’s courtroom. Cease spreading faux information.”

The DMK chief mentioned “convey it on” to any authorized challengers concerning his assertion, staying agency on his feedback on the Sanatan dharma. Stalin reiterated in his tweet, “I’ll say it right this moment, tomorrow, and eternally: Our resolve to cease Sanathana Dharma from the Dravidian land wouldn’t cut back even a bit.”

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