Amit Shah Questions Rahul Gandhi Over JNU Protest

In a scathing attack on Rahul Gandhi over the JNU row, BJP chief Amit Shah on Monday (February 15) 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. Speaking on the raging controversy for the first time, Shah asked Congress president Sonia Gandhi and Rahul a host of questions and demanded that he apologise for his stand on the JNU issue, saying support to anti-national forces in the name of the Left’s progressive ideology is not acceptable.

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