India As Bharat? Unveiling the Renaming Controversy in 10 Powerful Points

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India As Bharat

India As Bharat: Sources claim that later this month, during the five-day extraordinary session of parliament, the administration may propose a resolution to seal the transfer.

New Delhi: On formal G20 Summit invitations, “President of Bharat” rather than the customary “President of India” has generated some excitement. The decision, which was made just days before the extraordinary session of parliament, has increased political tensions.

Below is a list of the top 10 updates to this important story.

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The phrase “Bharat” was also used in a G20 pamphlet titled “Bharat, The Mother Of Democracy” that was intended for international delegates. “Bharat is the nation’s official name. The brochure asserts that it is referred to in both the Constitution and the discussions from 1946 to 1948.

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As the nation is ready to meet US President Joe Biden, UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, and other prominent world leaders, this represents a significant change in terminology on the international stage.

Point 3

Sambit Patra, a spokesman for the BJP, published a document yesterday night that mentioned the PM’s trip to Indonesia and referred to him as the “Prime Minister of Bharat.”

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Sources claim that later this month, during the five-day extraordinary session of parliament that begins on September 18, the administration may propose a resolution to alter the nation’s name. The rumours have only grown since the administration hasn’t released an agenda for the extraordinary session.

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The Opposition harshly criticized the action. The Narendra Modi administration was accused of “distorting history and dividing India” by the members of the Opposition INDIA group. Senior members of the alliance will meet with Congress Chief Mallikarjun Kharge to examine the issue.

Point 6

They made a connection between the government action and the founding of their alliance. The AAP leader, Arvind Kejriwal, questioned whether or not the administration would rename the country to “BJP” if the opposition alliance chose the name “Bharat.”

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No one has the power to change the country’s name, according to Nationalist Congress Party leader Sharad Pawar. The NCP leader remarked, “I don’t understand why the ruling party is unhappy over a word (INDIA bloc) referring to the nation.

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Leaders of the BJP, on the other hand, praised the “Bharat” nomenclature and decried the opposition as being anti-national and anti-constitutional. They claimed that the word “Bharat” appears in the Constitution’s Article 1 as well, which states: “India, that is Bharat, shall be a Union of States.”

Point 9

According to Union Minister Dharmendra Pradhan, the decision to use the name “Bharat” is a significant protest against the colonial way of thinking. “This ought to have occurred sooner. I feel quite satisfied about it. We take great pride in the moniker “Bharat,” which we have given ourselves. ‘Bharat’ is the president’s top priority.

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Just two days before, the ideological leader of the BJP, the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) chief, suggested that the country drop the name India and switch to the name Bharat.”We should stop referring to India as India and start calling it Bharat. No matter where you go in the globe, the name of the nation Bharat will always be Bharat. According to RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat, the word “Bharat” needs to be used both verbally and in writing.

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