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Stirring with India – Rumors of the country changing its name immediately – Newsbomb – News

Stirring with India – Rumors of the country changing its name immediately – Newsbomb – News

Invitations to the G20… sparked a wave of rumours

The new President of India, Narendra Modi, has expressed his willingness to make a radical change in the country, as he is seriously considering changing its name!

According to the agency ReutersModi is scheduled to raise the issue in Parliament during the special session scheduled from September 18 to 22.

The new name of the country? According to the report, it will be Bharat (Bharat) as confirmed by Congress leader Jairam Ramesh who pointed out that official invitations to the G20 dinner this weekend have been sent in the name of ‘President Bharat’ instead of the usual ‘President of India’. “.

Several leaders of the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party, including the Chief Minister of Assam, Himanta Biswa Sarma, came out on Tuesday in favor of renaming the country as “Bharat”.

In a post on X ex Twitter, Sarma wrote: “Republic of Bharat – happy and proud that our culture is moving forward boldly.”

BJP Rajya Sabha MP Naresh Bansal also moved the motion during the recently concluded monsoon session of the Senate, saying the name ‘India’ is a symbol of ‘colonial slavery’ and ‘should be removed from the Constitution’.

“The British changed the name of Bharat to India. According to Article 1, the Constitution specifies: ‘India, meaning Bharat.’ Our country has been known as ‘Bharat’ for thousands of years… which is the ancient name of this country and is found in the ancient Sanskrit texts. The name “Bharat” is given. India” by the colonial Raj, and is therefore a symbol of slavery. “The name India should be removed from the constitution,” said the Member of Parliament of the Rajya Sabha, according to ANI.

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However, opposition leaders criticized the government’s move to set up a commission, saying it would pose a threat to the country’s federal structure. Congress leader Mallikarjun Kharge described the government’s move as a “diversion and distraction”. “No matter how many diversions and diversions the ruling system throws at the people, the citizens of India will no longer be betrayed,” Karg told X, without directly referring to the formation of the committee.

However, the agenda for the upcoming special session of Parliament has not been officially announced.

According to sources at the news agency IANS, a roadmap to make India a ‘developed country’ by 2047 will be prepared and discussions will also be held on this very topic.

“If the sources are to be believed, the government is seriously considering removing the word ‘India’ from the phrase ‘India, i.e. Bharat’, which was used to define India in Article 1 of the Indian constitution,” the Indian International News Agency (IANS) reported.