Trinmool Congress gave sharp reaction on PM narendra Modi speech at Visva-Bharati University Cenetary celebrations

The Prime Minister in his address also mentioned the Gujarat connection of Gurudev Rabindranath Tagore and said that Gurudev’s elder brother Satyendra Nath Tagore was appointed in Gujarat. Then Ravindra Nath Tagore used to visit him in Ahmedabad. The PM said that Gurudev had written his two poems there. The PM said that the daughter of Gujarat had also come to Gurudev’s house as a daughter-in-law.

The PM said that when Gyanendri Devi, wife of Satyendra Nath Tagore, lived in Ahmedabad, he saw that Gujarati women kept the sari’s pallu on the right, then they advised to keep the sari’s pallu on the left, which is still continuing.

‘Khaat aur chale diye’: no ​​talk with the singer, whose food Amit Shah ate in Bengal

The Trinamool Congress has reacted sharply to the PM’s comments and criticized him for “pronunciation and factual errors” in his address. Bratya Bose, a minister in the Mamata Banerjee government, said that the attempt to link Tagore and Gujarat was unforgivable. Bose said, “Tagore’s brother who was posted in Gujarat was not his eldest brother. His wife’s name was Gyanadanandini, not what the PM said. The story of Gyanadanandini and Sari’s Pallu is a myth, not true. “

The Bengal minister also criticized PM Modi for calling Vishwabharati a symbol of nationalism. The senior Trinamool Congress leader said, “The PM spoke of Tagore’s nationalism, while Tagore called nationalism the most divisive thing. Tagore did not advocate the use of the word to divide religion. His novel” Gora ‘was about religion and ultimately meant human religion. The message in his novel’ Ghare Barre ‘was that nationalism is an addiction that causes division. ” Please tell that assembly elections are to be held in West Bengal next year.

100 years of Vishwabharati University: PM Modi addresses students and teachers

Prime Minister Modi on Thursday called the ‘Self-reliant India’ campaign a path to world welfare and said that it is also a campaign to empower India and bring prosperity to the world. Addressing through, the Prime Minister said that the message emanating from this university is reaching the whole world today. He said that India today is leading the world in environmental protection through the ‘International Solar Alliance’, so today it is the only major country which is on the right path to achieve the environmental goals of the Paris Agreement. West Bengal Governor Jagdeep Dhankar and Union Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank were also present during the function.

See VIDEO: Mamata Banerjee danced during election campaign, again targeted BJP from the platform

The Prime Minister said that the stream of contemplation of India from Vedas to Vivekananda was vocal in the thinking of ‘nationalism’ by Gurudev Rabindranath Tagore. He said, “His vision was that whatever is best in India, the world should benefit from it and whatever is good in the world, India should learn from it as well.” Look at the name of your university, Visva-Bharati. Coordination with Maa Bharti and Vishwa. “He said,” Gurudev’s vision for Vishwa Bharati is also the essence of a self-reliant India. Self-reliant India campaign is also the way of India’s welfare for the world welfare. This campaign is a campaign to empower India, a campaign to bring prosperity from the prosperity of India to the world. ”(With agency inputs)


Video- PM Modi at the centenary celebrations of Visva Bharati University