India renamed to Bharat? President’s invitation to G20 dinner sparks controversy, Congress reacts

Jairam Ramesh said he was controversially invited to the G20 dinner on behalf of “President Bharat.” Amid a fresh attack on the BJP-led central government, Senior MP Jairam Ramesh said on Tuesday that his invitation to the G20 summit dinner in Rashtrapati Bhavan included “President Bharat” instead of “President of India.” claimed to have been written “Mr Rashtrapati Bhawan sent an invitation to the September 9th G20 dinner on behalf of the ‘President of Bharat’ rather than the usual ‘President of India’,” said parliamentary here. secretary-general Jairam Ramesh. said in a post on X (formerly Twitter).
He also said, “Now, Article 1 in the Constitution can read: “Bharat, that was India, shall be a Union of States. But now even this “Union of States” is under assault.”

The G20 Summit is being held in the national capital from September 9 to 10 under India’s presidency and several heads of state from across the world, including US President Joe Biden, are attending the event. Hitting out at Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the Congress leader said, “Mr. Modi can continue to distort history and divide India, that is Bharat, that is a Union of States. But we will not be deterred.” “After all, what is the objective of INDIA parties? It is BHARAT—Bring Harmony, Amity, Reconciliation And Trust. Judega Bharat! Gitega India! added Ramesh.

Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Salma also said, “I am happy and proud that the Republic of Bharat – our civilization is making bold steps towards Amrit Kar.”

Earlier today, AAP MP Raja Sabha Sanjay Singh said that Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sang (RSS), led by Mohan Bhagwat, wanted to change the constitution by “removing” the word “India” from Bharat. claimed to be.

“Dr. Babasaheb. Bhimrao Ambedkar wrote in the Constitution, ‘India, Bharat.’ But Prime Minister Modi and the RSS, who hate Babasaheb, want a constitutional change. Why do Bhagwat and Modi hate Baba Saheb so much? ’” Sanjay Singh said in a post on X. This comes after Mohan Bhagwat earlier this month said people should use the name ‘Bharat’ instead of ‘India’ and urged people to inculcate the habit.

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