CM Yogi's entry in Sanatana Dharma controversy, said - whoever challenged him got erased

Pankaj Prasad
CM Yogi Adityanath
CM Yogi Adityanath

For the first time, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath reacted on the Sanatan Dharma controversy.

For the first time, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath reacted on the Sanatan Dharma controversy. He said that today when the entire country is working towards moving in a positive direction, some people do not like it. On these achievements, they are trying to point a finger at India, Indianness and its Sanatan tradition...they have forgotten that the Sanatan which was not erased by the arrogance of Ravana, which was not shaken by the roar of Kansa, which Sanatan was not erased by the atrocities of Babar and Aurangzeb, how will that Sanatan be erased by these insignificant power parasitic creatures? They should be ashamed of their own actions.

In the program, CM Yogi attacked the All India Alliance on the remarks made by Tamil Nadu Chief Minister MK Stalin's son Udhayanidhi regarding Sanatam Dharma and said that if there is a crisis in the world, Sanatan Dharma would come forward and work for the protection and protection of the people.

He further said that whenever injustice and atrocities took place in the country, our great men guided the society as a special beam of light. When society is in crisis and people with evil tendencies try to create disturbance in peace, the divine incarnations leave no stone unturned.

CS Durgashankar Mishra, DGP Vijay Kumar, SDG law and order Prashant Kumar, Principal Secretary Home Sanjay Prasad, Minister Dayashankar Singh and other officers and public representatives were present in the programme.