Foreign powers that create unrest in India are active!

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By: Tanumoy Banerjee

Last Update: 2021-02-16 23:50:21 IST

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The Constitution of India is made to run the government and not to run the society. The culture and civilization that has been going on for thousands of years has been merged and connected to the Constitution. There are different problems on every side in the country, but nowhere is the solution.

Eminent thinker, national thinker and sharp speaker Pushpendra Kulshrestha said on Tuesday that there are different problems in the country, but there is no solution to it. This is because there is no classification of the problem. So far there is no sense of enemy in Indian and Sanatani society. Foreign powers are the cause of India's internal unrest.

Whether it is the case of Shaheen Bagh or the removal of Section 370 and CAA, it is directly a matter of India. But even in these cases, the whole world interfered in its own way. Rallies and demonstrations were held in many countries including Pakistan, Bangladesh. For example, on the matter of Ram Mandir, there was also a split in the Constitution Bench in the Supreme Court.

Kulshrestha said, "I do not give any answer to the question of politics. I only love the religion and culture of the country." The Constitution of India is made to run the government, not to run the society. The culture and civilization that has been going on for thousands of years has been merged and connected to the Constitution. Kulshrestha came to Jabalpur to deliver lectures at the Hindu Seva Parishad program.

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