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‘Will ‘Save’ Salman Khurshid’… this is Congress not BJP, RSS: Rahul Gandhi

‘Will ‘Save’ Salman Khurshid’… this is Congress not BJP, RSS: Rahul Gandhi

New Delhi: Addressing the Jan Akrosh Rally in Delhi’s Ramlila Maidan, Congress president Rahul Gandhi on Sunday said senior party leader Salman Khurshid had recently differed with the party but he would still “save him”. “We tolerate differences too. Salman Khurshid had a different opinion a few days ago and I respect that and I will save him. But when we fight the BJP and RSS, we all have to be together.”

It must be recalled that senior Congress leader Salman Khurshid had made a controversial remark at the Aligarh Muslim University saying ‘there is blood on our hands. I am also a part of the Congress so let me say it, we have blood on our hands.’

It must be noted that Salman Khurshid was present at the said rally.

Rahul said this is Congress where everyone is allowed to express his opinion, but it is not there with Modi and Amit Shah where neither Arun Jaitley nor Advani is allowed to express their opinion.

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from The Siasat Daily

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