JNU row: Amit Shah has 8 questions for Rahul Gandhi
Rahul Gandhi should say sorry to the nation for supporting anti-nationalists at JNU, says Amit Shah.
New Delhi: BJP president Amit Shah has hit out hard at Rahul Gandhi and accused the Congress vice president of supporting anti-national elements.
In a blog post, Amit Shah asked the following questions to Rahul Gandhi:
Q1 - By supporting students who raised anti-national slogans like 'Pakistan Zindabad', has he joined hands with separatist elements?
Q2 – By lending support to separatists - in the garb of supporting freedom of expression- does Rahul want another partition of the country?
Q3 – Should the Centre not act against anti-national elements?
Q4 – By protesting in favour of such anti-nationalists, are you not encouraging anti-national forces?
Q5 – Want to ask Rahul whether the Emergency of 1975 is the definition of the democracy values of his party?
Q6 – Doesn’t he believe the mindset of Indira Gandhi was Hitler-like?
Q7 – Is support for those who are glorifying Afzal Guru and and raising Separatists slogans in Kashmir examples of Rahul Gandhi patriotism?
Q8 – Will he give such a tribute to the soldiers, including Lance Naik Hanumanthappa, who sacrificed their lives in Siachen recently?
“I, on behalf of 125 crore people of the country, want answers from Congress president Sonia Gandhi and vice president Rahul Gandhi on the above mentioned questions. I also demand that Rahul Gandhi should say sorry to the nation for his act,” Shah wrote.