The Modi government has decided to change the name of India in the constitution to ‘Bharat’.
According to Indian media, the Modi government has decided to bring a resolution in the next session of Parliament to change the name of India in the Constitution. shall mean India shall be amended and shall be named only as ‘Republic of India‘.
According to Indian media, the constitution will be amended to meet the demand to name India Bharat, for which the central government can bring a resolution in the parliament.
According to Indian media, Mohan Bhagwat, head of Rashtriya Swamyak Sangh, has supported the name of India as Bharat and he himself had demanded in the past that the name Bharat should be used for the country instead of India, while he believes that The country has been known as India for centuries.
Apart from this, in the recently concluded session of Parliament, BJP Rajya Sabha member Naresh Bansal also demanded to remove the word India from the Constitution and say that the word India is a symbol of colonial slavery.
Indian media says that the name of the special aircraft carrying the Prime Minister, President and Vice President of the country is Bharat.
According to the Indian media, the agenda of the Parliament session has not been released yet, but it has been revealed that the President of India has issued an invitation to the Rashtrapati Bhavan for a dinner for the G20 delegation, in which the President instead of the President of India.