Why Sengol was marked as '’ strolling stick ‘ in museum, states Annamalai

Why Sengol was marked as '’ strolling stick ‘ in museum, states Annamalai

CHENNAI: Hitting out at


over the’


issue, Tamil Nadu Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) primary K


on Friday stated why it was marked as a”

strolling stick

in the museum.
“The Adheenam has actually spoken in the real spirit of just what occurred in 1947. Congress needs to clarify why Sengol was marked as a strolling stick in the museum,” Annamalai informed ANI.
Requiring an apology from Congress, he stated, “They need to apologise to the Tamil Nadu individuals for disrespecting the Sanatana Dharma instead of entering why Lord Mountbatten’s photo was not there. This is taking politics to a dumb level.”
The historical sceptre ‘Sengol’ was gotten by Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru on August 14, 1947, to represent the sign of the transfer of power from the Britishers to India.

The exact same spectre will be turned over to Prime Minister Narendra Modi by the head priest of Madurai Adheenam on May 28.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi took a choice to embrace the Sengol as a nationwide sign of the Amrit Kaal. The brand-new structure of Parliament will witness the extremely exact same occasion, with Adheenam (Priests) duplicating the event and vesting the PM with the Sengol.
The very same Sengol from 1947 will be set up by the Prime Minister in the Lok Sabha, plainly near the Speaker’s podium. It will be shown for the Nation to see and will be secured on unique events.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla are slated to commit to the country the

brand-new Parliament structure

on May 28.
The facility of “Sengol”, makes the spirit of 15 August 1947 memorable. It is the sign of the guarantee of limitless hope, limitless possibilities and a willpower to develop a strong and flourishing country.
The word Sengol is originated from the Tamil word ‘Semmai’, indicating ‘Righteousness’. It is an Indic civilizational practice from the Chola kingdom, which was amongst the leading kingdoms in the Indian sub-continent for centuries.

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