‘Hitler’ mindset exists only in Congress’ DNA: Amit Shah
New Delhi, Feb. 15 (ANI): Asserting that the Congress was supporting the JNU issue out of sheer frustration, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) chief Amit Shah on Monday said that the grand old party was resorting to backing ‘anti-national’ elements and channelling a ‘Hitler’ mindset after being unable to bear the success of the Centre. Taking to his blog to launch a attack on the Congress, especially Rahul Gandhi, Shah said the Congress vice-president has in his blind attempts to battle the Centre lost his ability to differentiate between ‘anti-state and nationalism’. The BJP president further questioned the Gandhi scion, asking him whether he wants the Centre to stay mum while a prestigious institute becomes a hub for anti-national activity. Shah also hit back at Gandhi for comparing the present state of affairs in the JNU to that of Nazi-occupied Germany, saying that if anyone was following Adolf Hitler’s ideology then it was Congress.
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