Secularism biggest threat to India’s tradition: Yogi Adityanath

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Saturday said secularism is the biggest threat to India’s tradition getting recognition on the global stage. Speaking during the launch of Global Encyclopedia of the Ramayana, Yogi warned ‘those misguiding people’ will not be spared.

According to Indian Express report, Yogi urged people not to lose the harmonious spirit of the nation by being involved in petty communal disputes.

People who are creating false propaganda about India for a meager sum of money will face the heat, he added.

“The stories of Ramayana and Mahabharata not only give us the best life lessons, but also tell us a lot about the expansion of Indian boundaries. These stories of our epic Hindu literatures help us envision a better India. Pakistan was a part of India before 1947 and Maryada Purushottam Lord Sri Ram had extended the boundaries of India during his time by making his brother’s son, the ruler of Pakistan”.

Yogi made numerous claims backed by Hindu mythology during the launch. UP CM said he was confident enough to admit that Buddhism has originated from Hinduism.