BJP bays for Shinde's blood for saffron terror remark

The BJP on Thursday upped the ante against Congress by threatening to disrupt Parliament during the Budget Session if Union Home Minister Sushilkumar Shinde was not sacked immediately for calling RSS the breeding ground of “Hindu terrorism”.

Addressing a demonstration demanding Shinde’s dismissal at Jantar Mantar, newly appointed Bharatiya Janata Party President Rajnath Singh and leader of opposition in the Lok Sabha Sushma Swaraj sought an unconditional apology from Congress President Sonia Gandhi and Prime Minister Manmohan Singh.

While taunting that the prime minister won’t have the guts to remove Shinde unless “ordered by Madam (Sonia Gandhi)”, Singh appealed to Sonia to grant permission.

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“What is your (Sonia Gandhi) view on Shinde’s remarks? If you do not  direct the Prime Minister to sack Shinde, BJP will fight from streets to Parliament and create such a ruckus in Parliament that Manmohanji will be forced to sack Shinde.

No power on earth will be able to stop us,” he said. The Budget Session will begin in February.  At the Jaipur Chintan Shivir on January 20, Shinde had said that the RSS was a patron of Hindu terrorism.

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