Congress Chief Rahul Gandhi who is in Germany to attend few programmes took a swipe at Narendra Modi and addressed him as Mr.56” on the Unnao rape case.
Recently a witness of the case was found death at his native place. Commenting on the incident, the Gandhi scion, Tweeted, “Is this your idea of just for our daughters’, Mr 56″.
Bjp said that the comment has come to dilute Prime Minister Modi’s promise of action against culprits, and such incidents are shameful.
Countering this remark Rahul, on Thursday tweeted, “The mysterious death and hurried burial without an autopsy, of the key witness in the Unnao rape and murder case, involving BJP MP Kuldeep Sengar, smells of a conspiracy. Is this your idea of justice for our daughters, Mr 56?”
Beside the Comment, Rahul Gandhi at Hamburg asserted that it is very dangerous in the 21st century to exclude people. He also referred to terror group ISIS while warning about the impact of excluding people from development. His comment on this provoked a sharp reaction back home from ruling BJP.
He asserted at Bucerius Summer School in Hamburg that it did not end there. That insurgence slowly entered empty spaces. It entered the empty space in Iraq and Syria and then it connected with a horrific idea called ISIS.
The BJP interpreted the comments as a threat and said Rahul Gandhi should apologise for the veiled justification of terrorism.
Union Minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi said, “I do not understand the logic behind Rahul Gandhi’s threat. This is the country that has rejected the idea of ISIS, and earlier the idea of al-Qaeda as well. I do not understand the meaning of this threat.”
Rahul’s comments that China was doing better than India was also not taken kindly by the BJP. The BJP was of the opinion that Rahul’s comments made at an International meet dented the image of India, and did more harm than good for the country.
The BJP was also reacting to the Gandhi scion’s remark that BJP encouraged politics of divide and rule and spread violence.