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    BJP chief JP Nadda criticized the INDI Alliance for being against Sanatan Dharma and considering religious-based reservations. Nadda spoke at three public meetings in support of BJP Lok Sabha candidates in Peddapalli, Bhongir, and Nalgonda. He called the INDI Alliance ‘Ram Virodhi, Sanatan Virodhi, and Rashtra Virodhi’ for their views on Bhagwan Ram.

    Nadda mentioned Sonia Gandhi’s statement during the UPA government, where she referred to Bhagwan Ram as a mythological character in a court affidavit. He emphasized the importance of Bhagwan Ram as a symbol of faith, culture, and life. Nadda also criticized DMK leader Udayanidhi Stalin and A Raja for their negative remarks about Sanatan Dharma.

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    The BJP chief highlighted anti-national sentiments within the alliance, pointing to slogans raised at Jawaharlal Nehru University. He connected Rahul Gandhi’s association with these sentiments to a lack of respect for the nation. Nadda urged people not to support Congress and similar groups that align with anti-national forces.

    Nadda also addressed reservation issues, accusing the Congress of introducing a scheme for religious-based reservations. He claimed that this scheme aims to take away reservations from marginalized groups and give them to a special class. Nadda criticized Congress for focusing on caste, religion, and appeasement politics instead of working for the country’s overall development.

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