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People have started showing their gotra and sacred thread real sense and it was a victory of Sanatan faith: Yogi Adityanath

Faizabad - Uttar Pradesh (PTI): taking a veiled dig at Congress chief Rahul Gandhi, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has...



Faizabad - Uttar Pradesh (PTI): taking a veiled dig at Congress chief Rahul Gandhi, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has said people have started showing their gotra and sacred thread to become prominent in the country's politics.

Addressing a gathering in the district Saturday he said, the people who had described themselves as accidentally Hindus were now realizing that they were Hindus in the real sense and it was a victory of Sanatan faith.
"The word Kumbh has started becoming prevalent. It has become a fashion and trademark for the branding of one's programme. These days people are showing their Gotra and janeyu (sacred thread) to become prominent in the country's politics," Adityanath said without naming Gandhi.
"The people who described themselves as accidentally Hindu are now realizing that they are also Hindus (They are realizing) it is not accidental and we are Hindus in the real sense. Now they are remembering their janeyu and Gotra. I think this is the victory of India's Sanatan faith. This is the victory of our beliefs," he said.

He claimed the people who were criticizing the Kumbh Mela were trying to destroy the Indian culture and were conspiring to disgrace the country with the help of foreign funds.

The BJP leader claimed that they were trying to defame Hindu religion over the Sabarimala issue when everybody knew the tradition of the temple.

He claimed that those who had never been to the temple were issuing statements over the issue and a similar environment was being created over the grand Kumbh Mela by terming it an anti-Dalit convention.

He said people from all castes took part in Kumbh which was a symbol of spiritual grandeur.

He said most verses in the Vedas were composed by Dalit saints and the sage who had interviewed Lord Ram was Valmiki but people from the community were discriminated against. _PTI

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