New Delhi: Eminent citizens, including 14 former judges and a total of 262 signatories, on Tuesday wrote to Chief Justice of India DY Chandrachud asking him to take note of Udhayanidhi Stalin's hate speech against Sanatan Dharma.
New Delhi: On Tuesday, Eminent citizens, including 14 former judges and a total of 262 signatories, wrote to Chief Justice of India DY Chandrachud asking him to take note of Udhayanidhi Stalin’s hate speech against Sanatan Dharma. The signatories to the letter include 14 former judges, 130 retired bureaucrats including over 20 foreign service officers and ambassadors and 118 retired army officers.
Tamil Nadu Youth Welfare Minister Udhayanidhi Stalin has created a stir by alleging that ‘Sanatana Dharma’ is against equality and social justice and should be abolished.
He also compared ‘Sanatan Dharma’ to corona virus, malaria and dengue fever and said that such things should not be opposed but should be destroyed. Reacting strongly to the statement, Ayodhya saint Paramahamsa Acharya announced a reward of Rs 10 crore for anyone who beheads DMK leader Udhayanidhi Stalin over his alleged remarks against ‘Sanatan Dharma’.
The chief priest of the Tapasvi Chhawni temple of Ayodhya Paramahansa Acharya said, “I will give a cash reward of Rs 10 crore to anyone who will cut off Stalin’s head and bring it to me. If anyone does not dare to kill Stalin, I will myself find him and kill him.” I’ll put it.”
However, unperturbed by the widespread protests, Udhayanidhi Stalin reiterated that he had called for “eradication” of certain practices in the faith and that he would continue to raise his voice against them.