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BJP Slams Rahul Gandhi Over His RSS Comments , Demands Apology

Picture Courtesy : Twitter
Picture Courtesy : Twitter

The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has for the second time reacted to Congress president Rahul Gandhi’s comments made in Germany first and now in London.  In a party press conference in Delhi, BJP spokesperson Sudhanshu Trivedi questioned Rahul’s justification of the terrorist outfit and said that he is incapable of being a good Opposition leader.

Trivedi asked how Rahul could so easily equate terrorism with unemployment. “Was the world’s biggest terrorist, Osama bin Laden, merely a helpless youth? No, he was a billionaire! And those responsible for 9/11; were they also just lost youths? No, they were fully equipped and capable to have a good life in the US,” he said.

He also said that if Rahul plans to lead a party which was formerly led by people such as Mahatma Gandhi, Lokmanya Tilak, Sardar Patel, Sri Ram Gopal Achari, and Babu Rajan Prasad, then he will likely not be able to fill in those shoes.

He concluded his statement by saying “I would urge Rahul Gandhi to stay in India and study the current scenario before insulting India on foreign land. Perhaps his eyes of wisdom would be more open, and he would be able to understand Indian culture, economy, and politics.”

Meanwhile ,  BJP has demanded an apology from Congress president Rahul Gandhi for his remarks against the RSS in London.  Briefing media in New Delhi, party spokesperson Sambit Patra said, Gandhi is doing vote bank politics.  He said, it seems Gandhi is frustrated due to the popularity of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the BJP.  He said the Congress President has no maturity and understanding of the country.



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