"Rahul Gandhi Should Reply That Why Is The Ideology Of LeT And Ghulam Nabi Azad The Same," Says Amit Shah

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BJP President Amit Shah came down heavily upon the Congress party for its party leaders stand on Kashmir

Written By Shatabdi Chowdhury | Mumbai | Updated On:

BJP President Amit Shah came down heavily upon the Congress party for its party leaders stand on Kashmir, while addressing a rally in Jammu on Saturday. Shah launching a scathing attack on the Congress party said:

“Political parties mourn if government falls but BJP is the only party for which nation comes first. To be in Government is of no value to us but for the development of Jammu-Kashmir.”

“BJP leaders are raising pro-India slogans but the Congress is back on its root. Ghulam Nabi Azad makes a statement that I cannot repeat and after which LeT (Lashkar-e-Taiba) supports the statement,” he added.

Shah also asked the grand old party why is their leaders ideology similar to that of the LeT.

“I ask Congress if your leader’s statement is being supported by LeT what is the relation? Why is their ideology the same? Rahul Gandhi should give a reply,” said Shah.

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The BJP President also slammed Congress leader Saifuddin Soz for his “Kashmir azadi” statement and said:

“Soz gave a statement that he is in agreement with Pervez Musharraf. I want to tell u that even if you take 100 births, nobody can separate J-K from India. The Congress President should take action and apologise to the entire nation. Congress can do any conspiracy but nobody can separate J-K from India.”

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Shah further said that Rahul Gandhi should apologise for the remarks by his leaders, adding,  but the Congress President won’t as “it’s their party’s ideology”

“Rahul should act against Azad and Soz. He should apologise. But, he won't because this is their party's ideology. Congress can try any conspiracy, nobody can take away Kashmir from us,” said Amit Shah.

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