BJP MLA Kailash Choudhary says ‘traitor’ Rahul Gandhi should be shot and hanged

JAIPUR: BJP Rajasthan MLA Kailash Choudhary is in the news for saying that an anti-national like Rahul Gandhi should be shot and hanged for sympathising with those who raise who raise pro-Pakistan slogans. He was quoted saying by ANI: “Rahul Gandhi ko goli se shoot kar dena chahiye.”
At a farmer’s gathering, the MLA said: “Some people raised slogans praising Afzal Guru, about breaking India and of Pakistan Zindabad. If Rahul Gandhi, Congress’ Rajkumar’s sides with these people, it is treason. Rahul Gandhi is a traitor and such a traitor should be hanged and shot. When asked about the same the MLA replied: “Yes, I said it. If he goes and supports such anti-national people…he should be shot. I am a nationalist and if anyone raises a finger at Bharat Mata, I will not tolerate it,” he told The Indian Express.

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“BJP leaders speeches are creating instability and dividing unity and integrity of the nation”, he said.
On Raje government and state party’s move of “jan swabhiman campaign beginning tomorrow, Pilot said the BJP was given mandate to rule the state and not to impose ideology of saffron party on public by such campaigns which is against democratic values.
Patiala House, JNU Row

Youth Congress activists burnt the effigy of BJP president Amit Shah in protest against his reported comments criticising Rahul Gandhi over JNU row. The Youth Congress activists marched from the party office here towards the Vidhan Sabha but were stopped midway where they burnt the effigy. Addressing the workers, state unit president Ankit Parihar condemned Shah “for giving a lesson on patriotism to Gandhi, whose family made sacrifices for the nation.” Shah has only shown his mentality, Parihar added.

On Monday, in a scathing attack on Rahul Gandhi over the JNU row, BJP chief Amit Shah said he had “proved” that national interest had no place in his mind and asked if the Congress vice president had joined hands with separatist forces and wanted another division of India.
“An attempt was made to defame a leading university in the national capital by turning it into a centre which encourages terrorism and separatism. I want to ask Rahul Gandhi if it would be in national interest had the central government kept quiet?
“Are you not encouraging traitors by protesting in support of these anti-nationals?”, Shah wrote in a blog:”Does he want another division of India by giving a free run to separatists in the name of freedom of expression? The kind of statements the Congress vice president and other leaders of his party have made in JNU have proved again that national interest has no place in their mind,” Shah said. PTI