Thiruvananthapuram: Kummanam Rajasekharan, former Mizoram Governor and senior BJP leader, commented that the son of the Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu appears to have assumed a role similar to that of the Speaker of the Kerala Assembly. This move by Udayanidhi Stalin further distresses the faithful who were already wounded by allegations of myth. In a Facebook post, Kummanam Rajasekharan emphasized that if Udayanidhi’s intentions are to harm religious people, it could be seen as an endorsement of widespread violence.
Full version of the Kummanam Rajasekharan’s Facebook post:
Another blow to the believers, whose hearts were already wounded by the allegation that ‘Lord Ganapathi is a myth.’ Udayanidhi Stalin, the son of Tamil Nadu CM Stalin, vehemently exclaimed that Sanatana Dharma should be eradicated.
Sanatana Dharma is an eternal and timeless religion with no defined inception or conclusion. How can one contemplate its elimination? If Udayanidhi’s remarks were intended to exterminate religious individuals, it could be construed as a call for mass murder. Chief Minister Stalin should provide clarification on whether this aligns with the official policy of the DMK and the government.
If this is indeed a policy, will Udayanidhi advocate for the Chief Minister to dismiss his two Ministers of State who make monthly visits to Sabarimala on the first day of every Malayalam month? Will he demand to take back the gold crown that his mother donated to the Guruvayur temple just last month?
To destabilize India, the morale of the people of India must be destroyed. For that faith should be destroyed. Udayanidhi has undertaken that work. Behind many of the controversies that have arisen in the recent past are the invisible forces of many foreign forces working to create a rift among the people of India.
Those who pelt stones at Sanatana Dharma, a faith cherished and nurtured by luminaries like Vivekananda Swami, Mahatma Gandhi, and numerous sages, are inadvertently undermining the very foundation of their own nation. As Lord Sri Ramakrishna stated: Our dharma is eternal; it is not a creation of any individual; it has always existed. Udhayanidhi will come to comprehend that what is inherently present cannot be obliterated.