Bhopal, Senior Congress leader Digvijay Singh, who is often in the limelight with his statements, said that he was never anti-Hindu. He said that he is not worried that someone calls him anti-Hindu. He claimed that he was never anti-Hindu and never will be. He described religion as a matter of faith which should be kept away from politics. He also attacked the Sangh and said that the work of the Sangh is spreading bitterness. Anti Hindu Digvijay Singh
The word Hindutva has nothing to do with Hinduism
During this, he also targeted Vinayak Damodar Savarkar and said that he has also written in his book that the word Hindutva has nothing to do with Hinduism. He claimed that the word Hindutva was invented only for political identity.
Mr. Singh was discussing with the reporters at his residence today. During this discussion, he said that he is from a family that follows Sanatan Dharma and himself also follows Sanatan Dharma, but his image is becoming anti-Hindu, so he has decided to talk on this subject on the day of Swami Vivekananda Jayanti. Chosen for.
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He said that Rajmata Vijayaraje Scindia had invited him to join the Jana Sangh, but at the same time he studied the ideas of Gandhi-Nehru along with the ideas of the Sangh. He alleged that the Sangh’s way of working was acrimonious, which he did not like and therefore did not accept the ideology of the Sangh. He said that Sanatan Dharma has seen everyone equally. Religion should not be used as a political weapon.
Hindutva against the tradition of Sanatan Dharma
Singh claimed that the word Hindutva is not found anywhere, it has been coined only for political identity. He claimed that Vinayak Damodar Savarkar has written in his own book that the word has nothing to do with Hinduism. Hindutva is against the tradition of Sanatan Dharma.