Will continue to speak against Sanatan Dharma for the next 200 years : Udhayanidhi Stalin

Udhayanidhi Stalin once again spews venom

Udhayanidhi Stalin (Credits : ETV Bharat)

Chennai – Tamil Nadu Chief Minister MK Stalin’s son and State Sports Minister Udhayanidhi Stalin, in a recent speech in Neyveli, Cuddalore district, made a provocative statement while once again criticising Sanatan Dharma that, “for the last 100 years, voices have been raised against Sanatan Dharma in Tamil Nadu. We will continue to speak against it for the next 200 years”.

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Udhayanidhi further said that, “on multiple occasions in the past, Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar, Periyar and M Karunanidhi had spoken about it. It was because of the strident opposition to Sanatana Dharma that women were able to step out of their houses and social evils like ‘Sati’ ended. (The Saints within Sanatan Dharma equally opposed and aimed to rectify the improper practices that had developed over time in Sanatan Dharma. These Saints did not say ‘Sanatan Dharma is wrong’ or ‘it should be eradicated’, rather they opposed improper practices. DMK is talking about eradicating Sanatan Dharma under the guise of inappropriate practices. This shows DMK’s hatred towards Sanatan Dharma – Editor) In fact, the DMK itself was founded on the principles that oppose such social evils”. (As the DMK was founded on the basis of hatred towards Sanatan Dharma, Udhayanidhi appears to be strategically targeting the votes of Dalits, Backward Classes, and others. To counter DMK’s ideology, devout Hindus should start imparting Dharmashikshan (Education on Dharma) to Hindus in Tamil Nadu and dispel misconceptions about Sanatan Dharma – Editor)

Udhayanidhi compares BJP with garbage

Furthermore, Udhayanidhi criticised BJP, stating, “The snake slithers into our house from the garbage. If we need to eliminate the snake, we must ensure there is no garbage. BJP and AIADMK should be removed from Tamil Nadu in 2024 elections”.

Editorial Viewpoint

For millennia, various forces, including Asuras (Demons) and, in more recent centuries, the Mughals, have attempted to destroy Sanatan Dharma. However, despite these challenges, Sanatan Dharma endures, while those who sought to destroy it have themselves faced destruction. This process is going to keep repeating itself.