Rahul sympathizing with Jihadists and Maoists: Jaitley

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Published on 6 March 2016 12:36 PM GMT

Rahul sympathizing with Jihadists and Maoists: Jaitley
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New Delhi: Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Sunday launched a stinging attack on Rahul Gandhi for voicing "sympathies" for "those who raised slogans for breaking up India" and said it was the Congress vice president's "ideological hollowness" that he did something that likes of Indira and Rajiv Gandhi never did.

The senior BJP leader also termed JNUSU leader Kanhaiya Kumar's speech, delivered following his release on bail, a "victory for us", saying he had gone to jail for raising anti-India slogans but came back to speak amid slogans of 'Jai Hind' and hoisting of the tricolour. In his valedictory address to a convention of Bhartiya Janata Yuva Morcha, BJP's youth wing, Jaitley said it was the country's "misfortune" that the Congress vice president sympathised with the actions of a "small group of Jihadists and a bigger group of Maoists".

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