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BJP President Amit Shah Calls Out 'inheritor Of Dynasty' Rahul Gandhi For Ridiculing 'Mission Shakti', Says For Him 'All The Nation's A Stage!'

Written By Daamini Sharma | Mumbai | Published:

Minutes after Congress President Rahul Gandhi attacked Prime Minister Narendra Modi following his announcement about the testing of an anti-satellite missile or A-SAT, BJP President Amit Shah has given a blistering response to Mr. Gandhi stating that "inheritor of the dynasty thinks - All the nation's a stage!". 

In a series of tweets, Amit Shah attacked Rahul Gandhi with "Dynasty" jibe. In his first tweet, he wrote that all that "The Dynasty’ has done is to plunder, weaken and ruin the nation".

In his second tweet, Amit Shah said that even though "ASAT Missile was successfully tested in space but it seems a few people on Earth have also got hurt".

In an explosive interview to Republic TV, Former DRDO chief VK Saraswat revealed that in 2012 and 2013, the UPA  government blocked 'Mission Shakti' even though the DRDO was ready with the necessary steps.

Referring to this, Amit Shah further wrote: 

Read: MASSIVE DISCLOSURE: UPA-era ISRO Chief VK Saraswat Reveals Then Government Didn't Give Resources & Permission To Complete 'Mission Shakti', Credits PM Modi, NSA Doval

Even as the nation celebrated India becoming a space superpower on Wednesday, the Congress party and its president Rahul Gandhi resorted to cheap politics on this matter, terming this massive success as 'theatre'.

Moments after the Prime Minister addressed the nation and announced that the country has its first ever A-SAT, the grand old party took to Twitter to highlight the fact that the DRDO, which had conducted the operation, first came into existence when they were in power.

In a series of tweets, the party congratulated the scientists for this magnificent achievement, though, made sure to take credit for the existence of such organizations.

Read: SHAMEFUL: Rahul Gandhi Calls India's 'Mission Shakti' Space Gamechanger A-SAT Test 'theatre', Congress Credits UPA And Nehru