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      Redefining Identity : India’s Potential Transition to Bharat | Details Inside

      Modi Government is likely to bring a new resolution during the Special Session of Parliament to rename India as Bharat, as per sources. The name change of India to Bharat is Bharatiya Janata Party’s long-standing demand.

      In December 2022, Mitesh Patel, BJP MP from Anand in Gujarat raise a question in the Lok Sabha about renaming India as “Bharat” or “Bharatvarsh” as deliberate by the Constituent Assembly in September 1949.

      Mitesh Patel claim that “India” signifies the “slavery that the country was subject to”, as the name given by the British East India Company.

      Central government, which has emphasising liberating the people of the country from the “slavery mentality” and any elements relate to such a psyche during the ongoing “Amrit Kaal”, is reportedly planning to remove the word “India” from the Constitution, sources in the know of things claim, adding that a preparation pertaining to the proposal is underway.

      While Congress hit back at the government after the Rashtrapati Bhawan (President House) sent out invites for a G20 dinner of 9th September 2023 in the name of President of Bharat instead of the usual President of India saying now even this “Union of States” is under assault.

      Defending the use of Bharat top BJP leader JP Nadda ask why does the Congress party have “so much objection to every subject related to the honor and pride of the country?

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      JP Nadda Said :

      “Why do political yatras in the name of Bharat Jodo hate the proclamation of ‘Bharat Mata Ki Jai?’ It is clear that the Congress has neither respect for the country, nor for the constitution of the country, nor for the constitutional institutions. He just means to praise a particular family. The whole country knows very well the anti-national and anti-constitutional intentions of the Congress,”.

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