A Raja, a member of parliament for the Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK), made disparaging statements against Hinduism, which caused a significant uproar. Bharatiya Janata Party reacted angrily to his words (BJP).
During a speech at an event, A Raja said, “All individual institutions like Election Commission, CBI, Supreme Court, Enforcement Directorate, and even Parliament are being captive to this government. To show the truth, Viduthalai Magazine is much needed. Secularism, socialism, and sovereign republic are what it has been said about India in the Constitution.”
BJP condemned DMK leader A Raja’s offensive comments against Hinduism that sparked controversy.
“Sorry condition of political discourse in Tamil Nadu. DMK MP has again again spewed venom against one community with the sole objective of soothing others. Very very bad attitude of these political figures who think they control Tamil Nadu,” said K Annamalai, state head of the Tamil Nadu BJP.
A very sad attitude of these political elites who believe they control Tamil Nadu, Annamalai said on his Twitter page, “Sorry condition of political debate in Tamil Nadu. DMK MP has once again spewed vitriol towards one tribe with the sole intention of soothing others.”
DMK leader Raja referred to the Supreme Court when he asserted that the Constitution’s fundamental structure cannot be amended or altered.