Published: Mon, April 09, 2018
World | By Camille Rivera

Amit Shah's remarks equating opposition with animals disrespectful: Rahul

Amit Shah's remarks equating opposition with animals disrespectful: Rahul

"It's unfortunate he (Shah) looks at the world that way and thinks everyone else are animals".

Hitting out at Modi and the BJP, the Congress president said they have lost track of running the country.

Congress president Rahul Gandhi on Sunday criticised Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) president Amit Shah's remark equating opposition parties with animals at a rally in Mumbai two days ago. Rahul Gandhi is in poll-bound Karnataka on the fifth round of visit and he was addressing a rally in Kolar and Chikkaballapur districts as he spoke to the reporters. Responding to a question doubting the forging of opposition unity amid varied aspirations of each party and their leaders, Gandhi expressed confidence of overcoming it.

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Rahul launched a sharp attack against PM Modi and said, "There is a basic loss of control and you can see can see that in Modi's demeanour, you can see it in his expression, you can see it in his speeches".

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"Finally, we will defeat the BJP-RSS ideology in the Lok Sabha elections in 2019", said Gandhi. It doesn't stop there.

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He said even Mr Modi may lose if he stands from Varanasi and the three parties were united against him.

"The thing is that the BJP people internally don't have guts to say it to you".

Hailing the CM for taking such a strong step towards the betterment of sanitation workers, Gandhi said, "Now, when we get the government in Delhi, we will learn from the Karnataka government because the person doing the most hard work should be rewarded the most". He took several jibes at Modi and BJP president Amit Shah, recounting the corruption allegations against the Centre that he has made all through the last month-and-a-half, with regard to the Rafale deal, the allegations against Jay Shah and the bank scam carried out by diamond trader Nirav Modi. "That's all, that's the reality". What has happened in India now is that the Opposition's unity is very strong. "Whenever there is a massive flood, all snakes, mongooses, cats, dogs and even cheetahs and lions climb up a huge tree as they fear rising water levels". Shah later said what he meant was political parties having no ideological similarities were coming together out of fear of Modi.

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