Raipur News: Former Chhattisgarh CM Raman Singh has retaliated strongly on Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel’s statement regarding Lord Shri Ram. He said that the Congress family does not believe in the existence of Lord Ram, demands proof. Gets ready to break Ram Setu and postpones the construction of Ram temple and today suddenly Ram is pretending to be a devotee.

RSS-BJP have made Shri Ram Rambo

During a conversation with a newspaper, on Sunday, Bhupesh Baghel targeted BJP and RSS for doing politics of religion. He said that India is passing through an era of aggressive nationalism these days.

Congress will come back again
Baghel said that in April, reports of communal violence are coming across the country. All this will not last long and Congress will come back again. Chhattisgarh CM said, “Ram is embedded in our culture. Rama is both corporeal and formless. We have accepted Ram in many different forms in which we know Ram of Kabir, Ram of Tulsi and Ram of Shabri. Ram lives in the heart and mind of every Indian. He said that everyone has his own form of Ram. Mahatma Gandhi had seen Ram in his own spirit, he used to recite Raghupati Raghav Raja Ram, but today BJP and RSS have transformed Maryada Purushottam Ram into an aggressive warrior. Made them Rambo.

Country passing through aggressive nationalism

CM further said that Lord Hanuman is a symbol of humility, devotion and knowledge. If you look at his old pictures, you will see him in a posture of devotion and meditation, but in today’s posters he is being shown as angry and aggressive. He said that today the whole country is passing through the phase of aggressive nationalism. Disagreement is not respected. This will not last long and Congress will come back again.

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