Udhayanidhi Stalin Must Be Punished For His Derogatory Remarks On Sanatan: Telangana CM Revanth Reddy | Exclusive

Telangana Chief Minister Revanth Reddy made his stance very clear on the Sanatan Dharma row as he said that the DMK leader who made such statements should be punished. The controversy arose when DMK leader Udhayanidhi Stalin called for the "eradication of Sanatan Dharma."
Revanth Reddy

Telangana CM on Sanatan Dharma Row

New Delhi: Telangana Chief Minister Revanth Reddy has taken a firm stance on the derogatory remarks made by DMK leader Udhayanidhi Stalin regarding Sanatan Dharma, asserting Stalin "should be punished." During an interview with Times Now group editor Navika Kumar, Reddy addressed the controversial issue, distancing himself and the Congress party from such remarks and condemning them as wrong.
"Udhayanidhi's statement is wrong. That's his mindset. He must be punished for his statement," stated Revanth Reddy.
The controversy arose when Udhayanidhi Stalin, son of Tamil Nadu Chief Minister MK Stalin, called for the "eradication of Sanatan Dharma." In 2023, Stalin had stirred further controversy by stating, "Just like dengue, mosquitoes, malaria, or coronavirus need to be eradicated, we have to eradicate Sanatana."
Responding to questions about the alliance with DMK, Reddy clarified that even within a family, individuals may hold differing views, asserting that Udhayanidhi's stance is his own.
Regarding criticism of Congress's response to the issue, Reddy said, "I am telling you it was wrong. As Telangana State President and Chief Minister, I am telling you his statement on Sanatan Dharma was wrong, and he should be held accountable for that, and appropriate action must be taken."
The Telangana CM stressed the principle of "Unity in diversity," Reddy underscored the importance of respecting religious sentiments and upholding all faiths without causing harm.

BJP's '400 Paar' Slogan Good For Promoting On 'WhatsApp University': Revanth Reddy

Telangana Chief Minister Revanth Reddy, speaking to Times Now on Friday, dismissed the BJP's "400 paar" slogan as suitable only for promotion on platforms like WhatsApp University, asserting that it was not feasible in the current political landscape. He quipped that the BJP would need to seek votes in countries like Bangladesh, Afghanistan, and Pakistan to achieve their target of 400 seats in the Lok Sabha.
Elaborating on why he believed the BJP's goal was unattainable, the Congress leader clarified, "Even if the BJP were to secure all 25 seats in Rajasthan, 26 in Gujarat, the entirety of the 10 seats in Haryana, 7 Lok Sabha seats in Delhi, 39-40 seats in Bihar, 62 in UP, 18 in Bengal, and a significant majority in the Northern states, the party would still only manage to win around 300 seats."
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