Just one day after the Somnath Temple controversy involving Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi, a senior leader claimed Thursday (November 30th) that Prime Minister Narendra Modi is not ‘real’ Hindu. Senior Congress leader and former Union
Just one day after the Somnath Temple controversy involving Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi, a senior leader claimed
Thursday (November 30th) that Prime Minister Narendra Modi is not ‘real’ Hindu. Senior Congress leader and former Union
Minister Kapil Sibal claimed that Hindutva has nothing to do with Hindu and Modi later joined the two. He asked how many
times have PM Modi visited the temple? as well as the Sibal said that he (PM Modi) is not a real Hindu. Responding sharply to Sibal’s claim, the BJP said that people know that who is a ‘Rambhakta’ and who is ‘Romabhakta’. The direct comment of this comment is on the backdrop of the Italian background of Congress President Sonia Gandhi.
Former Union Minister Sibal said to the reporters, “I would like to ask how many times the Prime Minister goes to the temple everyday. Those who respect the feelings of Hindus also respect the temples. You have left Hinduism. You have adopted Hinduism,
whose There is no takerade of Hinduism. You are not a real Hindu. “Speaking on this, BJP spokesman GVL Narasimhan said,” People know who is a Ram devotee and who is a devotee of Rome. The Congress government had told the Supreme Court in 2007 that Lord
Rama did not exist. Babar’s devotion is to reject the Hindu temple in Ayodhya. ‘Rao alleged that Congress had given the word of
Hindu terrorism. He said, “Like the principle of its famous zero loss in the 2G scam, which the Supreme Court had rejected,
Kapil Sibal has come with a new zero principle and saying that Narendra Modi is not a real Hindu.”
It is notable that a dispute arose from Rahul Gandhi’s visit to the Somnath temple on November 29, where his name was found
written on the entry register for non-Hindus, after which Congress termed it as a fake, while the BJP said that Congress The
Vice President should disclose his religious belief in front of the public.
Congress accused the BJP of plotting against its vice president and said that Rahul had called himself ‘Shiva-devotee’ and he
is a Jnanewari Hindu. Although the BJP had said that the conspiracy of the conspiracy was baseless, it was said that the
colleague of Rahul Gandhi who had signed the register was associated with the Congress.
The temple administration cleared that Rahul’s media coordinator wrote his name in the register kept for the non-Hindus in the
temple, and there is no transaction from any temple worker in the whole case. Non-Hindus are allowed to enter this temple, but
they have to first enter their names in the temple office. Rahul had visited his Somnath temple on November 29 and started his
two-day tour of the campaigning in Gujarat. This temple of Lord Shiva is about 400 kilometers away from Ahmedabad.
Photocopy of that alleged page of the register maintained for non-Hindus in the temple, shortly after Rahul’s temple philosophy
became viral on social media, on which Rahul and senior Congress leader Ahmed Patel were written. In front of his name was the
signature of Congress’s Media Coordinator Manoj Tyagi.