Arvind Kejriwal comments on India’s name change buzz, saying, “If we call it Alliance Bharat…”

The use of ‘President of Bharat’ instead of ‘President of India’ in the official invite for the G20 summit has sparked political reactions, with BJP leaders supporting it and criticizing the opposition for not respecting the country and the Constitution.

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Arvind Kejriwal questioned whether the country’s name would change to ‘BJP’ if the opposition alliance adopted ‘Bharat’ as its name. Raghav Chadha emphasized that the country belongs to all Indians, not one party.

Mamata Banerjee argued that the world knows the country as India. MK Stalin criticized the BJP for focusing on a name change after nine years in power. Sharad Pawar stressed that no one has the right to change the country’s name. Tejashwi Yadav pointed out the presence of ‘India’ in various aspects of the nation.

The Congress accused the Modi government of distorting history and dividing India. Union Minister Dharmendra Pradhan hailed the use of ‘Bharat’ as a statement against the colonial mindset. Amitabh Bachchan’s one-line post was linked to the political controversy surrounding the G20 invite. The BJP defended the decision and accused the Congress of lacking respect for the country and the Constitution.

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