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Thackeray’s Warning To Gandhi Over “Not Savarkar” Remark

Uddhav Thackeray, the leader of the Shiv Sena (UBT), warned Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Sunday not to denigrate Vinayak Savarkar, saying that doing so would cause “cracks” in the opposition alliance.

Further stating that he views Hindutva ideologue V D Savarkar as his hero, Uddhav Thackeray pleaded with the Congress leader to stop from insulting him.

“Savarkar suffered unimaginable torture in the Andaman cellular jail for 14 years. We can only read the sufferings. It is a form of sacrifice. We will not tolerate the insult of Savarkar,” Uddhav Thackeray said.

He added that if Rahul Gandhi kept “demeaning” Savarkar, there would be “cracks” in the opposition alliance.

“Veer Savarkar is our God, and any disrespect towards him will not be tolerated. We are prepared to fight, but insulting our Gods is not something we will tolerate,” the Shiv Sena (UBT) chief said.

“The alliance of the Uddhav faction, Congress and NCP was made to protect democracy and we need to work unitedly. Rahul Gandhi is being provoked deliberately but if we waste time in this, democracy will cease to exist,” Uddhav Thackeray said while addressing a rally in Malegaon.

Rahul Gandhi recently stated that he is not Savarkar, to which Uddhav Thacleray was referring.

My name is not Savarkar, my name is Gandhi and Gandhi

“My name is not Savarkar, my name is Gandhi and Gandhi does not offer an apology to anyone,” Rahul Gandhi said on Saturday in a press conference following his disqualification as an MP after conviction in defamation case.

Following the Surat judge’s order finding him guilty of criminal defamation for his remark about the “Modi surname,” Rahul Gandhi was stripped of his right to serve as a member of parliament.

Uddhav Thackeray, whose Sena group supports the NCP and Congress in the state, advised Rahul Gandhi to avoid stirring up trouble and to work with him to “defend India’s democracy.”

Rahul Gandhi’s criticism of Prime Minister Narendra Modi sparked a fierce discussion within the BJP, with Uddhav Thackeray claiming that India is not Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

“Modi is not India. Did our freedom fighters lay down their lives for this? Questioning Modi is not about insulting India,” he said.

Thackeray’s Warning To Gandhi Over “Not Savarkar” Remark

Uddhav Thackeray, the leader of the Shiv Sena (UBT), warned Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Sunday not to denigrate Vinayak Savarkar, saying that doing so would cause “cracks” in the opposition alliance.

Further stating that he views Hindutva ideologue V D Savarkar as his hero, Uddhav Thackeray pleaded with the Congress leader to stop from insulting him.

“Savarkar suffered unimaginable torture in the Andaman cellular jail for 14 years. We can only read the sufferings. It is a form of sacrifice. We will not tolerate the insult of Savarkar,” Uddhav Thackeray said.

He added that if Rahul Gandhi kept “demeaning” Savarkar, there would be “cracks” in the opposition alliance.

“Veer Savarkar is our God, and any disrespect towards him will not be tolerated. We are prepared to fight, but insulting our Gods is not something we will tolerate,” the Shiv Sena (UBT) chief said.

“The alliance of the Uddhav faction, Congress and NCP was made to protect democracy and we need to work unitedly. Rahul Gandhi is being provoked deliberately but if we waste time in this, democracy will cease to exist,” Uddhav Thackeray said while addressing a rally in Malegaon.

Rahul Gandhi recently stated that he is not Savarkar, to which Uddhav Thacleray was referring.

“My name is not Savarkar, my name is Gandhi and Gandhi does not offer an apology to anyone,” Rahul Gandhi said on Saturday in a press conference following his disqualification as an MP after conviction in defamation case.

Following the Surat judge’s order finding him guilty of criminal defamation for his remark about the “Modi surname,” Rahul Gandhi was stripped of his right to serve as a member of parliament.

Uddhav Thackeray, whose Sena group supports the NCP and Congress in the state, advised Rahul Gandhi to avoid stirring up trouble and to work with him to “defend India’s democracy.”

Rahul Gandhi’s criticism of Prime Minister Narendra Modi sparked a fierce discussion within the BJP, with Uddhav Thackeray claiming that India is not Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

“Modi is not India. Did our freedom fighters lay down their lives for this? Questioning Modi is not about insulting India,” he said.

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