Amit Shah criticizes Rahul Gandhi for JNU incidents
Vrindavan: BJP national president Amit Shah on Saturday lashed out at Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi for supporting the anti-national slogans and happenings in the Jawaharlal Nehru University in Delhi.
Addressing a conference of the Bharatiya Janata (BJP) Yuva Morcha here, Shah said efforts were being made to dress up seditious anti-national outbursts.
He sought to know if Rahul Gandhi supported anti-national slogans. Shah remarked that in the garb of free expression anti-national sentiments were being aired.
On the occasion, the BJP president praised the Narendra Modi government for taking major initiatives for taking the country to new heights. He urged the youth activists to ensure that the party remained in power not just for five but 25 years to take the country forward.
Shah asked the party workers to ensure the victory of the BJP in the forthcoming assembly polls in Uttar Pradesh.