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Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman Targets India Alliance – Against Hindus: Nirmala Sitharaman’s strong attack on INDIA Alliance

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Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman (Nirmala Sitharaman) Said that DMK and opposition alliance are against India, Hindus and ‘Sanatan Dharma’ (Sanatan Dharma) Are against. Launching a sharp attack on Udhayanidhi Stalin’s remarks on Sanatan Dharma, he said that Sanatan Dharma was blamed for promoting division and discrimination and said that it should be abolished. Taking a direct dig at the Congress, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman claimed that the grand old party supports groups that want to “break India”.

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Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said her party’s other colleagues have also recently joined Congress, including leader Sonia Gandhi (Sonia Gandhi) But has also been targeted. Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman stressed, “The minister openly said that this is not against Sanatan Dharma, but to destroy Sanatan Dharma.” Speaking to NDTV, the minister alleged that “DMK has a clear anti-Sanatan policy”.

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Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman, in an exclusive conversation with NDTV, said that the G20, which is basically a financial forum, has taken collective action on issues like crypto, global debt, International Monetary Forum and the need for reforms in the World Bank. He said India managed to build consensus on all issues and he was “very satisfied” with the Delhi Declaration.

The Finance Minister said that the Finance track has an important contribution to the G20 and the President of India, guided by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, has said in a considered manner that there is a need to reform multilateral institutions. On issues like regulating crypto assets, it is no good if countries make “isolation efforts”. “We need collective action and discussion,” he said.

Describing PM Modi as the voice of the global south at the forum, Sitharaman said that middle-income countries are suffering from debt, and we may not have institutions like the World Bank and IMF, but this issue has not been addressed.

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This post originally appeared on ndtv.in

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