Anurag Thakur Claims Congress Ashamed of ‘Sanatan Dharma’, Wants to Eradicate It

GG News Bureau

Jaipur, 15th Sept. Union Minister Anurag Thakur slammed the Congress on Thursday, stating that its leaders are ashamed of Sanatan Dharma and want to abolish it.

Addressing a rally in Bhilwara during the Parivartan Yatra of BJP, Thakur further stated that Sanatan Dharma will continue to exist.

“Leaders of the Congress are ashamed of Sanatan Dharma. They want to wipe out Sanatan Dharma, they want to insult Hindus. They want to crush the Constitution framed by Babasaheb Ambedkar.”

Thakur’s remarks come after DMK leader Udhayanidhi Stalin recently sparked outrage by claiming that Sanatan Dharma is anti-social justice and should be eradicated.

Udhayanidhi Stalin, the son of Tamil Nadu Chief Minister MK Stalin, compared Sanatan Dharma to coronavirus, malaria, and fever produced by dengue virus and mosquitoes, saying such things should not be opposed but eliminated.

Thakur further said, “Every day, the leaders of the Congress and their allies say that they will destroy Sanatan Dharma and (they) leave no stone unturned to insult the Hindus. Now they have even started boycotting journalists and filing cases. Be it in Chennai (Tamil Nadu) or Bengal, they are filing cases out of desperation and panic. At the same time, they are saying that they will eradicate Sanatan Dharma.”

“The Mughals came and went. The Mughals also dreamed of destroying Sanatan Dharma. The British came and went. Congressmen came and (they) will go. But Sanatan Dharma was there. It is there and it will remain,” the BJP leader said.

Thakur said the BJP government at the Centre has done what the Congress could not even dream of by building religious corridors across the country.

He also assailed the state’s Congress government on law and order, paper leak cases, and corruption, claiming the time has come to destabilize the regime.

Rajasthan, according to Thakur, has suffered losses as a result of infighting among Congress leaders.

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