India or Bharat New Conflict Arise
India or Bharat This controversy arose when the President of India used the word India instead of Bharat. The use of “President of Bharat ” for the first time by an Indian president on an official invitation reinforces fears that the Modi government is pursuing a Hindutva agenda. However, the move has been strongly criticized by opposition political parties. The Hindu nationalist party Bharatiya Janata Party and its affiliate, the RSS, have long campaigned to remove the name “India” and use “Bharat” in all official, diplomatic, legal, and other usages.
India instead of Bharat
RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat had said last week that Bharat should be used instead of India. On Tuesday, September 5, Indian President Draupadi Marmo replaced the title “Republic of India” with “Republic of Bharat ” in the invitation to the dinner given to heads of state and other guests at the Rashtrapati Bhawan during the G20 summit on September 9. “Republic of Bharat ” is used. President Draupadi Murmuki’s use of the word ‘Bharat’ is being seen as a link to the appeal of RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat, a leading organization of Hindutva.
Eastern state of Assam
Addressing a public function in the eastern state of Assam last week, RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat said that for centuries the name of our country is Bharat, not India. He said the name of our country is Bharat. Therefore, no matter where we go in the world, the name of the country should always be heard and written in Bharat.
We are the people
He further said, then he said, “If someone doesn’t understand, don’t worry about it. If the person in front needs understanding, he will understand it himself. The world needs us today. We are the people of the world. We can do without us, but the world cannot do without us.
The RSS chief said in clear words, “People of the country should get use to calling Bharat instead of India because this name has been going since ancient times. This name should continue. Now everywhere India should be replace.” Bharat should be use.” After Mohan Bhagwat’s appeal, the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party and RSS affiliates have intensify their demand to remove the word India from the Constitution.
Chief Minister of the BJP
The first voice was raise by the Chief Minister of the BJP-rule state of Assam. He tweet on social media and said, “Republic of India. It is a point of joy and pride that our civilization is moving forward with full force towards Amrit Kaal (Age of Life/Ab-e-Hayat).”
India is an insult
BJP MP Harnath Singh Yadav, echoing Mohan Bhagwat, said, “The enthusiasm, passion, and dedication that the word Bharat evokes in hearts can never come from India…India is an insult.” which the British used for us. They used the word for someone they considered immoral, stupid, and criminal.” “India” is also use in the handbook that the government has publish for foreign delegates on the occasion of the G20 Summit. It is title ” Bharat. Mother of Democracy”. It talks about the wonderful democratic values of Bharat spanning thousands of years. Congress Party Secretary-General Jairam Ramesh attack Prime Minister Modi, saying “Sir. Modi is distorting history.” They are busy trying to divide India but we will not let them do that.”
MP Sanjay Singh
Delhi’s ruling Aam Aadmi Party leader and MP Sanjay Singh said that RSS and BJP actually hate Bhimrao Ambedkar, the head of the Indian Constitution Drafting Committee, because he was a Dali t. Manoj Jha said “A few weeks ago we call our coalition INDAMI and the BJP got scare and start calling India “Republic of India'” instead of “Republic of Bharat”. You ask us. Neither India nor India will be able to bear it.
Formation of the opposition
It should note that while announcing the formation of the opposition alliance. India Congress leader Rahul Gandhi said. “The fight is between NDA (ruling alliance) and INDIA. Between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and India, BJP ideology. And India is in between. And you know who wins when someone stands against India.”