NEW DELHI -- Congress Party Vice President Rahul Gandhi's show of solidarity for those Jawaharlal Nehru University students, who are accused of raising anti-national slogans on campus, has really ticked off Bharatiya Janata Party President Amit Shah.
In his blog published on Monday, Shah said that the Congress Party, devastated at the success of Narendra Modi, was failing to act responsibly, and unable to discern what is beneficial and detrimental to the country.
Shah was particularly irked at Gandhi's analogy between Hitler and Modi.
The BJP President has five questions for Gandhi.
1) By endorsing anti-India slogans, has Rahul Gandhi joined hands with separatist forces in the country?
2) Does Rahul Gandhi want to give separatist forces the power to divide the country once again?
3) Does Rahul Gandhi believe that the central government should do nothing? By demonstrating in favor of those forces which divide the country, is he supporting traitors?
4) I want to ask Rahul Gandhi whether the 1975 Emergency displays the democratic value of his party, and whether he thinks Indira Gandhi's mentality is similar to Hitler's?
5) I want to ask Rahul Gandhi that by supporting those who hail Afzal Guru and support the separation of Kashmir, how is he paying respect to the ten brave soldiers who died in Siachen?
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