- Shiv Sena worker demands change of name of Karachi Suites and Karachi Bakery
- Former Maharashtra CM Devendra Fadnavis said, one day Karachi will also be a part of India
- We believe in united India, said Fadnavis, also made a statement about love jihad
- Said- ‘Love Jihad’ is happening in the country, it is the responsibility of governments to make laws against it
Former Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis has said that he has full faith in ‘Akhand Bharat’. He said that ‘we think that one day Karachi will also be a part of India’. Fadnavis said this about a Mumbai incident in which a Shiv Sena worker has asked to remove ‘Karachi’ from the name of a sweets shop as it is a Pakistani city. He told the owner of ‘Karachi Sweats’ in Bandra that he should put a name that is Indian or Marathi.
Surrounded by the actions of the activist, the Shiv Sena has distanced itself. Party spokesperson Sanjay Raut said, “Karachi Sweats and Karachi Bakery have been in Mumbai for 60 years. They have nothing to do with Pakistan. Now there is no point in asking them to change their names … This is Shiv Sena’s official stand Is not. “
Many leaders of RSS and BJP have given statement on ‘Akhand Bharat’
Many leaders of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh and BJP have been talking about ‘Akhand Bharat’ in the past. In an interview with Al Jazeera, Ram Madhav said that ‘the RSS believes that one day India, Pakistan and Bangladesh, which were separated only a few decades ago, will come together again and form a united India’. In March 2019, Indresh Kumar of the union claimed that India and Pakistan would unite by 2025 and Indians would settle in Lahore again. Former Deputy Prime Minister LK Advani has also advocated a common organization between India and Pakistan on the lines of the European Union. Shiv Sena has also been vocal on ‘Akhand Bharat’. Especially after the removal of Article 370, the party advocated the integration of Pakistan-occupied Kashmir into India.
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Fadnavis in favor of law on ‘love jihad’
Phannavis had on Friday expressed concern over the growing cases of ‘love jihad’ in the country. He said, “Love jihad is happening in the country and it has also come up in Kerala where there is no BJP government. It is the responsibility of the government to make laws when such cases come.”