Thiruvavaduthurai Adheenam's response to the "bogus" claim about Sengol prompts the BJP to demand an apology from the Congress.
After Thiruvavaduthurai Aadeenam Ambalavana Desika Paramacharya Swami asserted that Lord Mountbatten had given the Sengol, which will be presented to Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday, to India's first prime minister Jawaharlal Nehru in 1947, Thiruvavaduthurai Aadeenam Ambalavana Desika Paramacharya Swami attacked the Congress.
Ambalavana Desika Paramacharya Swami responded on Friday to the Congress's claim that there is no proof that Mountbatten, Rajaji, and Nehru described this sceptre as a representation of the handover of British power to India and declared that the Sengol that had been hidden from public view would now be prominently displayed in Parliament for all to see. The pontiff responded that there was evidence, including images and reports that appeared in newspapers and magazines in 1947, in response to a question from reporters in Chennai about whether there was any proof of the transfer of the Sengol.
He claimed that the information was "wholly and entirely fabricated in the minds of a few and disseminated through WhatsApp, and now to the drum-beaters in the media."
According to Annamalai, Ramesh's actions reduced political discourse to a level that only the Congress is capable of. It is documented history. He said that the Sengol was created by a jewellery store in Chennai.
Annamalai also called for the Congress to apologise for disrespecting Sanatana Dharma.
"The Adheenam spoke in accordance with what actually occurred in 1947. The reason Sengol was designated as a walking stick in the museum must be explained by the Congress. Instead of focusing on the reason why Lord Mountbatten's portrait was missing, they should apologise to the people of Tamil Nadu for disrespecting the Sanatana Dharma. The Tamil Nadu BJP chief added in the midst of the argument, "This is taking politics to a foolish level.
After The Thiruvavaduthurai Aadeenam's news conference, further clarification is not necessary. We Tamilians are overjoyed that the PM chose Sengol, which will be put next to the speaker in Parliament and includes Tamil inscriptions, Annamalai continued.
The 293rd head priest of Madurai Aadheenam will offer the sceptre "Sengol" to Prime Minister Narendra Modi on May 28 during the opening of the new Parliament building.
Modi should resume his position as prime minister in 2024, according to Madurai Adheenam priest Sri Harihara Desika Swamigal, who will be handing on the Sengol to Modi.
Modi has received praise from all over the world, according to Sri Harihara Desika Swamigal, and the entire nation is proud of him.
The ancient sceptre Sengol was produced by Vummidi Bangaru Jewellers, whose chairman, Vummidi Sudhakar, stated, "We are the makers of the 'Sengol'. We needed a month to complete it. It is plated with gold and silver. I was 14 years old at the time. PM Modi is appreciated.