Madurai (Tamil Nadu). Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) youth wing leader and Tamil Nadu minister Udayanidhi Stalin on Wednesday alleged that President Draupadi Murmu was not invited to the inauguration of the new Parliament building before or now because she is a widow and a tribal. came from the community. . He said, this is what we call traditional religion. The Youth Welfare and Sports Development Minister had earlier courted controversy with his anti-Sanatan Dharma remarks, sparking heated debates across the country. At that time the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) targeted him on this issue.
Speaking at a party function, he said that Murmu was not invited to the inauguration of the new Parliament House a few months ago nor was he invited to its first session currently where the five-day special session is underway and women’s reservation today. Bill passed. He said, “The first civilian president in our country and her name is Draupadi Murmu. He was not invited to the inauguration of the new parliament building. Is this what we call Sanatan?”
Abolition of Sanatan Dharma will end untouchability: Udayanidhi
Tamil Nadu Sports Minister Udayanidhi Stalin, who has created a stir across the country with derogatory remarks against Sanatan Dharma, has also said that abolishing Sanatan Dharma will end untouchability. Udayanidhi said this while talking to reporters on Wednesday. Udayanidhi said, “We say that Sanatan Dharma should be abolished to end untouchability. I believe the end of Sanatan Dharma will also end untouchability.”
This is not the first time that Tamil Nadu Youth Welfare and Sports Minister Udayanidhi has made controversial comments on Sanatan Dharma. Earlier, he had given a controversial speech on Sanatan Dharma at an event held in Chennai on September 2. He advocated the eradication of Sanatan Dharma by comparing it to the corona virus infection, dengue and malaria.