Digvijaya claims self diehard Hindu

14-01-2022

  • Diggi has now asked for RSS - Sangh terrorism

Chronicle Reporter, Bhopal
Former Chief Minister Digvijay Singh said that I am a Hindu by conduct and will remain a Hindu. I am against extremism. Religion should not be used in politics. He termed the Sangh as terrorism.
After comparing the RSS to termites, Digvijay Singh has now termed the Sangh as terrorism. Digvijay Singh said that I never said Hindu or saffron terrorism, but used the word Sangh terrorism. In response to the allegations of being anti-Hindu on himself, he said – I am a Hindu by conduct and will remain a Hindu. I am against extremism. Religion should not be used in politics. There is an old relationship of sour between Digvijay Singh and the Sangh. Due to his statements against the Sangh, Digvijay Singh is constantly in controversy and headlines. Two days ago, he had created a new controversy by comparing the Sangh to termites. Now he is saying that RSS itself is terrorism. Digvijay Singh said that RSS is an organization against Sanatan Dharma values. In our place, both Hindus and Muslims have broken each other's religious places. There was no war over religion, but the wars that have taken place have been political. The word Hindutva is not found in any book. Veer Savarkar coined the word Hindutva for his own use. Hindus have nothing to do with the word Hindutva. If religion is used for politics then we are against it. Truth is God. We believe in him. Digvijay Singh said that's why I took action against radical organizations in Madhya Pradesh while being the Chief Minister.


Narottam slams Digvijaya
In a sarcasm-laced attack on Digvijaya Singh, state Home Minister Narottam Mishra quipped on Thursday that the former – who used to restrict himself to ‘Iftari’ (items consumed while breaking the Roza fast) in the political sphere – is himself mentioning the Puranas and claiming that he was never anti-Hindu.
 “These are best-possible ‘acche din’ (good days)! Mr Singh’s is a case of better late than never and he is paying heed to his conscience. Someone is sporting a janeu (white-coloured sacred thread) over a coat while another is reciting the Hanuman Chalisa. India is changing and that change is being ushered in owing to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Union Home Affairs and Cooperation Minister Amit Shah and Bharatiya Janata Party President Jagat Prakash Nadda,” Dr Mishra told journalists here.