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Amit Shah Defends Pragya Thakur, Hits Out At Congress Over "Hindu Terror"

Amit Shah Defends Pragya Thakur, Hits Out At Congress Over 'Hindu Terror'

CHHATARPUR, MADHYA PRADESH: BJP boss Amit Shah Tuesday said the gathering's Bhopal Lok Sabha hopeful Pragya Singh Thakur was surrounded in false cases by the individuals who had authored the expression "Hindu dread" and enjoyed vote bank legislative issues.

He shielded her candidature and considered it a "completely right choice".

Pragya Thakur is in the eye of a tempest for disputable articulations that her "revile" prompted previous Maharashtra Anti-Terrorism Squad boss Hemant Karkare's demise in 26/11 Mumbai fear assault and that she was glad to have taken part in the 1992 pulverization of the Babri Masjid in Ayodhya.
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Pragya Thakur is out on safeguard in the 2008 Malegaon impact case.

"A Hindu can never be a fear based oppressor. They have created false cases to outline her. It was a scheme for vote bank legislative issues," Mr Shah stated, while tending to a rally at Rajnagar in Chhatarpur region.

Safeguarding her candidature, Mr Shah stated, "The charges against her are false and the genuine offenders in the Malegaon impact case have dodged the law. It (handling her) is completely a correct choice. The claims against her are outlandish. Nothing against her has been demonstrated."

Lashing out at the Congress' Bhopal Lok Sabha hopeful Digvijaya Singh for authoring the expression "Hindu dread", Mr Shah said it was finished with an eye on a specific vote bank.

"I have come to tell the general population of Madhya Pradesh that (in) our way of life, our kin even feed ants. A Hindu can't be a psychological militant.
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"This (Malegaon shoot body of evidence against Pragya Thakur) was a phony case made out by the Congress. In the Samjhauta Express and Mecca Masjid impact cases decisions, it was obviously referenced no such gathering occurred. There was no such trick," he guaranteed.

"I need to ask Diggi Raja (Digvijay Singh) today that you have said saffron fear exists. Hindu fear exists. We have faced the court conflict and got vindicated. The decision had come that no Hindu fear existed. It was a trick and now I need to look for an answer from Congressmen on why they left the individuals who had done the impact on the Samjhauta Express," Mr Shah said.

He said the Congress had "stigmatized our way of life".

Talking on Jammu and Kashmir, Mr Shah hammered National Conference pioneer Omar Abdullah for looking at having a different head administrator for the state.

"Is it conceivable to have two head administrators in the nation? I need to ask Rahul Gandhi and Kamal Nath (Madhya Pradesh boss pastor) regardless of whether they support Omar on the issue," Mr Shah said.
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He likewise lashed out at Congress boss Rahul Gandhi for looking for evidence of the February 26 air strike in which Air Force planes beat a dread camp in Balakot in Pakistan.


The BJP's Lok Sabha competitors from Khajuraho and Tikmagarh (SC) seats VD Sharma and Union clergyman Virendra Kumar Khatik separately were available at the rally.

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