Tuesday, 26 December 2017

Anant Kumar Hedge Wants To Change Constitution Because Of The Word Secular

KARNATAKA:  Union minister Anant Kumar Hegde is in the centre of another controversy after he said that his party, the ruling BJP, will "soon change the Constitution," which mentions the word "secular." He was attacking what he called a "new fad where people project themselves as secular."


The 49-year-old pastor was talking at a capacity in Kukanur of Koppal locale in the state when he encouraged individuals to "guarantee with satisfaction that they are Muslim, Christian, Lingayat, Brahmin, or a Hindu," including, "The individuals who, without thinking about their parental blood, call themselves common, they don't have their own particular identity...They don't think about their parentage, yet they are erudite people."

He additionally stated, "A few people say the Constitution says common and you should acknowledge it. We will regard the Constitution, however the Constitution has changed a few times and it will change later on as well. We are here to change the Constitution and we'll change it."

The Karnataka Congress has inquired as to whether the BJP underwrites its priest's perspectives and recommended that assuming this is the case, the gathering must face getting together races in the state one year from now "on this motivation." Chief Minister Siddaramaiah said Mr Hegde has "obviously not contemplated the Constitution, does not know parliamentary or political dialect," and must realize that "every single individual in this nation is an Indian, And each religion has broken even with right and opportunity."

Anant Kumar Hegde is a five-time Lok Sabha part from Uttara Kannada, who was made a pastor in Prime Minister Narendra Modi's bureau reshuffle in August this year as a component of the BJP's technique to support portrayal from states where decisions will be held soon. The gathering would like to wrest Karnataka back in the wake of losing the main southern state it has ruled to the Congress in 2013.

Mr Hegde, known for making disputable remarks, has been in a progression of columns since he was accepted as a priest for ability improvement and enterprise. A body of evidence was enrolled against him not long ago for professedly mishandling Mr Siddaramaiah at Kittur in Belagavi region.


OPAL, KARNATAKA: Union clergyman Anant Kumar Hegde is in the focal point of another contention after he said that his gathering, the decision BJP, will "soon change the Constitution," which specifies "common." He was assaulting what he called "another trend where individuals venture themselves as mainstream."

The 49-year-old pastor was talking at a capacity in Kukanur of Koppal locale in the state when he encouraged individuals to "guarantee with satisfaction that they are Muslim, Christian, Lingayat, Brahmin, or a Hindu," including, "The individuals who, without thinking about their parental blood, call themselves common, they don't have their own particular identity...They don't think about their parentage, yet they are erudite people."

He additionally stated, "A few people say the Constitution says common and you should acknowledge it. We will regard the Constitution, however the Constitution has changed a few times and it will change later on as well. We are here to change the Constitution and we'll change it."

The Karnataka Congress has inquired as to whether the BJP underwrites its priest's perspectives and recommended that assuming this is the case, the gathering must face getting together races in the state one year from now "on this motivation." Chief Minister Siddaramaiah said Mr Hegde has "obviously not contemplated the Constitution, does not know parliamentary or political dialect," and must realize that "every single individual in this nation is an Indian, And each religion has broken even with right and opportunity."

Anant Kumar Hegde is a five-time Lok Sabha part from Uttara Kannada, who was made a pastor in Prime Minister Narendra Modi's bureau reshuffle in August this year as a component of the BJP's technique to support portrayal from states where decisions will be held soon. The gathering would like to wrest Karnataka back in the wake of losing the main southern state it has ruled to the Congress in 2013.

Mr Hegde, known for making disputable remarks, has been in a progression of columns since he was accepted as a priest for ability improvement and enterprise. A body of evidence was enrolled against him not long ago for professedly mishandling Mr Siddaramaiah at Kittur in Belagavi region.


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