Renaming India to Bharat is on the table for a special sitting of Parliament

There have been rumblings that an amendment to the Constitution in the form of a bill to rename India as Bharat could be introduced in the upcoming special session of Parliament.

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On Tuesday, a political conflict sprang out as a result of President Droupadi Murmu's invitation to a G20 dinner on September 9, in which she is referred to as the President of Bharat.

In response to rumors that an amendment to the Constitution might be proposed to rename India as Bharat at the forthcoming special session of Parliament, the Congress party has expressed skepticism on the proposed change, while the leader of the BJP, JP Nadda, has criticized the Congress party for "opposing everything that relates to national pride."

After concerns were raised over the newly formed INDIA bloc, the opposition wasted no time in accusing the ruling BJP of planning to rebrand India as Bharat.

With his Twitter post titled "Welcome to the Republic of Bharat," the Chief Minister of Assam, Himanta Biswa Sarma, was the first person to hint at the idea of India being renamed "Bharat."

In a post, Nadda posed the question, "Why does the Congress have such a significant objection to every subject that is related to the honor and pride of the country?"

"Why undertake political yatras under the banner of 'Bharat Jodo' when you despise those who proclaim 'Bharat Mata Ki Jai'? It is very evident that the Congress does not respect either the country, the Constitution, or the institutions that are established by the Constitution. They simply complimented one particular household.

According to Nadda, "the entire country is aware of very well the anti-national and anti-constitutional intentions of the Congress."

Earlier on Tuesday, the general secretary of the AICC organization, Jairam Ramesh, made the following statement: "Rashtrapati Bhawan had sent out an invite for a G20 dinner on September 9th in the name of 'President of Bharat' instead of the usual 'President of India'."

"Now, under Article 1 of the Constitution, you may have it read: 'Bharat, that was India, shall be a Union of States.' But today even this so-called 'union of states' is coming under fire... Ramesh's post on X sparked rumors and questions about whether or not an attempt will be made during the extraordinary session of Parliament that would take place from September 18 to September 22 to change the word "India" in the Constitution to "Bharat."

Jairam has been quoted as saying, "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 are the goals of INDIA's many political parties? Bring Harmony, Amity, Reconciliation, and Trust is the acronym for this goal. As the game of calling each other's names proceeded, Jairam exclaimed, "Judega BHARAT, Jeetega INDIA."

According to the BJP, Bharat is a term that is commonly used throughout the country and it exemplifies the glorious continuity that is known as the Indian culture.

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