Sengol Dispute: Why does Congress hate Indian traditions so much? Amit Shah replied to Jairam Ramesh on Sengol dispute - Newztezz Online


Friday, May 26, 2023

Sengol Dispute: Why does Congress hate Indian traditions so much? Amit Shah replied to Jairam Ramesh on Sengol dispute

Sengol Dispute: Uproar has been going on for the last several days regarding the inauguration ceremony of the new Parliament House, all the opposition parties have demanded the President to inaugurate it and have announced Boycott. In the midst of this controversy, now another controversy has started. This time the debate has started regarding Sengol i.e. the scepter to be kept in the new Parliament House . Home Minister Amit Shah had told the country that Sengol, handed over to Jawaharlal Nehru in 1947 as a symbol of independence, would be kept in the new Parliament. A lot of publicity was also done about this, but Congress leader Jairam Ramesh raised questions about Sengol. He said that misleading information is being spread about Sengol. Now Amit Shah himself has replied to Jairam Ramesh by tweeting. 

Congress is calling history a liar - Shah
Two tweets have been made in response by Home Minister Amit Shah. In which he has said that the Congress is falsifying history. Amit Shah wrote on Twitter, "Now the Congress has committed another shameful insult. Thiruvaduthurai Adhanam, a holy Shaivite monastery, itself told about the importance of Sengol at the time of India's independence. Congress is telling the history of Adhanam as false." ! Congress needs to consider its behaviour."

Amit Shah wrote in his second tweet, "Why does the Congress party hate Indian traditions and culture so much? A sacred Saengol was given to Pandit Nehru by a holy Shaivite monastery in Tamil Nadu as a symbol of India's independence, but it was ' Mistaking it for a 'walking stick', it was sent to a museum."

What did Jairam Ramesh claim?
Congress leader Jairam Ramesh had claimed that there is no concrete evidence that it was handed over as a transfer of power. He said, "There is no document related to Mountbatten, Rajaji and Nehru to prove that this scepter was used as a symbol of transfer of power from British to India, all the claims related to it are fake and brainchild of some people. " 

Jairam Ramesh said that the PM and his admirers are using this scepter for political gains in Tamil Nadu. Jairam Ramesh said that all this is the knowledge obtained from WhatsApp University, which BJP is spreading. 

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