BJP furious at Rahul for calling RSS Muslim Brotherhood
On Friday, the BJP called the Congress President a contract killer of the idea called India This came after a day Rahul equated RSS with radical Islamist outfit Muslim Brotherhood
NEW DELHI: On Friday, the BJP called the Congress President a “contract killer of the idea called India”. This came after a day Rahul equated RSS with radical Islamist outfit Muslim Brotherhood.
“The likes of President Ram Nath Kovind, PM Narendra Modi and former PM Atal Bihari Vajpayee, who died last week, had an RSS background and Rahul comparing the organisation with a radical Islamist outfit is unforgivable,” said Sambit Patra, the BJP spokesperson.
He added saying, “Has Rahul Gandhi taken a supari(contract for killing) for India. Stop this job of acting as a contract killer of the Idea called India. The Congress chief should tender an immediate apology for likening the choice of Indians in an election with a terror outfit. Rahul Gandhi should explain if people of the country have elected a terror organisation to lead the country.”
Sudhanshu Trivedi, a RSS worker and a colleague of Sudhanshu Trivedi, said, “Earlier, the Congress president used to go after Parliament session and say that he had gone for Dhyan and to gain knowledge. And now, on the recent tours he has been sharing his knowledge with the people. This shows his immaturity, incapability and ill-will. It shows clearly that he is not capable of being a good opposition leader, leave aside holding the post of Prime Minister.”
Rahul has no maturity and understanding of India and no leadership quality said Patra. He added, “What he has said will be headlines in Pakistan’s media tomorrow. The Congress president could not tolerate Modi as Prime Minister as he came from a poor background and a backward community.”
At a press conference, the BJP secretary R P Singh said, “We are pained to know that Rahul, who reminds us of anti-sikh riots of 1984, claims that his thoughts resemble the first Sikh guru, Guru Nanak Devji. Actually, his thoughts are in line with Congress culture of divide and rule.”
On Thursday night, in Berlin, Rahul Gandhi said the Congress’ thought of unity in diversity came from the times of Guru Nanak Dev and the BJP-RSS divided people and spread hatred. It was a function organised by the Indian Overseas Congress.