During the discussion on the SPG Amendment Bill in the Lok Sabha on Wednesday in the ongoing Winter Session of Parliament, Pragya Thakur made clear that he had said this when referring to Udham Singh, not Godse, on the controversy of defending Nathuram Godse as a patriot. Sadhvi Pragya Singh Thakur said that during the discussion in the House. The king was trying to show that all patriots are enemies and terrorists of the country. He said, ‘The issue of security was being discussed and A. Raja was talking about patriot Udham Singh. He said that after the Jallianwala Bagh massacre, Udham Singh had kept a grudge against him for 20 years before the assassination of General Dyer.
Sadhvi Pragya Singh Thakur said that during the discussion in the House.
When the king continued to speak, I asked intently not to name the patriots. Pragya claimed that her statement was not for Godse. He said, ‘It was not for Nathuram Godse. I interrupted him when he named Udham Singh. After that the speaker asked me to sit and I sat down. However, A.K. The king continued his speech and said the same way about Nathuram Godse. Then I did not interrupt them. ‘ On the other hand, DMK leader A.K. The king has claimed that Sadhvi Pragya interrupted him when he was referring to Godse’s statement that he had kept a grudge against him for 32 years before Gandhi’s assassination.