India / Home minister amit shah said on the allegations we do not want to remove mughal history

Vikrant Shekhawat : Feb 14, 2023, 05:55 PM
New Delhi. Union Home Minister Amit Shah has denied the allegations of erasing Mughal history. In an interview, reacting sharply to the allegations of erasing the history of Mughals and changing the names of cities associated with them, Union Home Minister Amit Shah said that BJP state governments have taken well-thought decisions, which are within their statutory rights. Are. Amit Shah said that BJP does not want to remove anyone's contribution in history.

In an interview given to news agency ANI, Union Home Minister Amit Shah gave answers on issues like Hindenburg-Adani, ban on BBC documentary, PFI, Tripura elections, chairmanship of G-20 summit and renaming of cities.

If someone has established the tradition of the country then there should be no problem

When Home Minister Amit Shah was asked a question about changing the names of cities, he said that we do not want to remove the contribution of the Mughals, nor do we want to remove the contribution of anyone else. But if someone wants to establish the tradition of this country, then there should be no problem in it. We have not seen a single city which is old and we have changed it. The State Governments have taken a very thoughtful decision using their statutory authority.

Truth shines like the sun, Modi emerges with more popularity each time

When asked whether the Hindenburg report and the BBC documentary were a conspiracy, Amit Shah said that thousands of conspiracies cannot harm the truth. Shah said that 'thousands of conspiracies cannot harm the truth'. Truth shines like the sun. They have been doing this against PM Narendra Modi since 2002. Each time he has emerged stronger and each time gaining more popularity among the people.

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