“Amit Shah: ‘One Flag, One PM, One Constitution’ Is Not A Political Slogan

According to the Union Home Minister, the BJP has now put the idea into practise with reference to Jammu and Kashmir and truly believes in it.

“One flag, one head, one Constitution” is not a political slogan, according to Union Home Minister Amit Shah, who made this claim on Tuesday. The BJP fully believes in the idea and has now put it into practise with reference to Jammu and Kashmir. Questioning how a nation could have two prime ministers, two constitutions, and two flags, Shah responded to Saugata Roy of the Trinamool Congress’s statement in the Lok Sabha that “ek nishan, ek pradhan, ek samvidhan (one flag, one head, one constitution)” was a “political slogan”.

He referred to Mr. Roy’s comments as “objectionable”.

Mr. Shah made this statement in response to a statement made by the opposition benches: “Whoever did it was wrong. Narendra Modi made the correction. Whether you agree or disagree doesn’t matter. Everybody in the nation desired it.” This remark seems to be a reference to Jammu and Kashmir’s repeal of Article 370’s provisions. “One symbol, one head, one constitution” was not an electoral slogan, Mr. Shah continued. “We had been saying since 1950 that a country should have one PM, one flag and one constitution and two will not do and we have done it,” he stated. Union Minister Piyush Goyal remarked shortly after Mr. Roy concluded his remarks on the Jammu and Kashmir Reservation (Amendment) Bill and the Jammu and Kashmir Reorganisation (Amendment) Bill that although the TMC leader had recognised Syama Prasad Mukherjee, he ought to have also remembered his sacrifice.

Mr. Roy stated that “ek nishan, ek pradhan, ek samvidhan” was his “political slogan” and that he had taught in a college bearing Mukherjee’s name.

Then Mr. Shah stood up to retaliate against the TMC member.

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