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“Necessary to punish people like him”: Telangana CM Revanth Reddy slams Udhayanidhi Stalin’s anti-Sanatan Dharma remarks

“”Necessary to punish people like him”: Telangana CM Revanth Reddy slams Udhayanidhi Stalin’s anti-Sanatan Dharma remarks”, Swarajyamag, April 20, 2024:

“Telangana Chief Minister and Congress leader Revanth Reddy has criticised DMK scion Udhayanidhi Stalin for his controversial remarks regarding Sanatana Dharma (Hinduism).

Responding to a question about the appropriateness of Udhayanidhi’s remarks on Sanatana Dharma in an interview with Times Now, Revanth Reddy stated, “It is absolutely wrong. Who says it is right? It is his mindset.”

He also mentioned the need to hold individuals like Udhayanidhi Stalin accountable for such statements.

“I’m Telangana Congress President. I’m the Chief Minister of the state. It is necessary to punish people like him,” he added……”

Read the full article at Swarajyamag.com

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