BJP President Amit Shah attacks Rahul Gandhi on JNU row
Lucknow: National president of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Amit Shah on Thursday assured that stringent action would be taken against anti-nationals in the country.
“The congress in mum since the last six days on my question that whether Congress and Rahul Gandhi support the people who raise anti-national slogans,” said Shah after inaugurating the BJP headquarter in Lucknow on Thursday.
What else he said:
- Urged party workers to run a public campaign and ask people that raising anti-national slogans are an act of sedition or freedom of expression?
- Shah held a closed-door meeting with BJP MLAs.
- He reportedly asked them to corner Rahul Gandhi on the JNU issue.