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No power can defeat divine 'Shakti', Rahul's remark childish: Kavinder
3/18/2024 10:58:57 PM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, Mar 18: Kavinder Gupta, senior BJP leader and former Deputy Chief Minister on Monday slammed Rahul Gandhi's statement invoking 'Shakti', calling it 'childish' as he maintained that no power can defeat divine Shakti.
In a statement issued to media persons, the senior BJP functionary said that Rahul's remark showed a lack of understanding and respect for the cultural and spiritual beliefs of millions of Indians. He made it clear that Shakti, which refers to divine feminine energy in Hinduism, is a revered concept that transcends political boundaries. He said that such statements reflect the Congress party's desperation and disconnect with the people of India. He called on Rahul Gandhi to refrain from making such remarks and focus on addressing the real issues facing the country.
Kavinder Gupta's rejoinder came after various sections of society raised objections against the distasteful statement given by the Congress leader showing utter disregard towards people's faith.
The senior BJP leader said that such statements by the Congress leaders testify their desperation and frustration because the oldest party is bound to face humiliating defeat in the upcoming polls in the country.
Meanwhile, Kavinder also criticized NC leader Omar Abdullah for opposing the construction of Maharashtra Bhawan in the Valley. He said that NC leadership always plays spoilsport and is totally against the progress of J&K. He said that such unnecessary controversies act as bottlenecks in the way of development of J&K and therefore entities like NC should refrain from indulging in such anti-development activities.
The senior BJP leader said that people of J&K should be thankful to Maharashtra Government for raising such an edifice here because this will plug in the gap, remove the barriers between UT and money capital of the country on account of distance, and provide people with a chance to frequently meet entities from Maharashtra to open up new vistas of opportunities.
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