Dung Beetle can’t claim to be a Sun: Veer Savarkar’s grandson on Rahul Gandhi

New Delhi: A political controversy has erupted in India following a recent remark made by Rahul Gandhi, a prominent figure in the Indian National Congress party. Gandhi stated that he is “Gandhi, not Savarkar,” in reference to Vinayak Damodar Savarkar, a historical figure who has been a polarizing figure in Indian politics for decades. The comment has drawn criticism from Hindu Nationalists, who are demanding an apology or other penalties. Sri Ranjeet Savarkar, the grandson of Vinayak Damodar Savarkar, has even threatened to file a defamation suit against Gandhi if he does not withdraw his statement. This incident highlights the ongoing debate around the legacy of Savarkar and the shifting political landscape in India.

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