The ‘Bharat – India’ Debate

<p>The G20 summit is around the corner and right before the mega meeting, a debate is stirring up in political circles regarding the term ‘India’ being replaced with ‘Bharat.'</p>
<p>Opposition parties have raised concerns after a recent invitation from Rashtrapati Bhavan for a G20 dinner used the term ‘President of Bharat’ instead of ‘President of India.’&nbsp;</p>
<p>The Congress party’s Jairam Ramesh responded with a touch of sarcasm, suggesting that it might be time to amend Article 1 of the Constitution. "Article 1 in the Constitution can read: ‘Bharat, that was India, shall be a Union of States," he tweeted.</p>
<p>This development has ignited speculations that the Narendra Modi government might propose a name change for the country from ‘India’ to ‘Bharat’ during the special parliamentary session scheduled from September 18th to 22nd.</p>
<p>In response, leaders from the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), including party chief JP Nadda, dropped hints about the possibility of a name change.&nbsp;</p>
<p>Nadda questioned the Congress party’s stance on issues related to the nation’s ‘honour’ and ‘pride.'</p>
<p>But as debates heat up and speculations swirl, the nation watches closely to see if ‘Bharat’ will replace ‘India’ as the official name of the country.</p>
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