Union Minister Anant Kumar Hegde apologises for his controversial remarks on constitution

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Union Minister Anant Hegde has reportedly apologized for his remarks on the constitution in the Lok Sabha today.

The Union Minister Ananth Kumar Hegde has allegedly apologised for his comments and said Constitution and Parliament are supreme to him.

It was reported that the Lok Sabha has witnessed uproar over Hegde’s remarks on secularism and the Constitution.

While apologizing for his remark, Union Minister Anant Hegde said, “Regarding the deadlock in Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha due to my statement, I want to assure my friends that constitution is supreme to me, Parliament is supreme to me… I deeply respect the Constitution, the Parliament, and Baba Saheb Ambedkar. The Constitution is supreme for me, there can be no question on it, as a citizen I can never go against it”.

It was learned that Union Minister Anant Hegde’s apology came after party president Rahul Gandhi protested in front of Gandhi status inside Parliament premises.

Adding further to this he said, “I deeply respect the Constitution, the Parliament, and Baba Saheb Ambedkar. The Constitution is supreme for me, there can be no question on it, as a citizen I can never go against it”.

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