Jammu: In a transparent anxiety to a Amnesty International row, kinship apportion Arun Jaitley on Sunday asserted that ‘azadi’ slogans can't be treated as leisure of debate and slammed Congress and a Karnataka government, accusing them of indulging in opinion bank politics over a issue.
“Four days ago, in a collateral of Karnataka, during a programme in Bangalore, ‘azadi’ (freedom) slogans were lifted by a few people. An organisation, that gets appropriation from abroad, organized a eventuality and yesterday we review a matter of Karnataka Home Minister in that he pronounced that whatever happened is zero wrong,” Jaitley said.
“After so many sacrifices this nation has made, some domestic parties do it for opinion bank politics,” he combined during a convene on a hinterland of Jammu city.
While articulate about this matter, a financial apportion removed a identical occurrence in JNU in Jan and pronounced lifting slogans to disciple a destruction of a nation can't be seen as leisure of debate as advocated by some.
“When in Delhi, inside JNU, slogans for destruction of India were raised, we were a usually celebration within and outward Parliament to contend that it was wrong. It is not leisure of speech.., he said.
He pronounced Congress and a vice-president Rahul Gandhi had extended support to a girl who had lifted anti-India slogans then.
“Many domestic parties and Congress clamp boss went to a support of those girl (who lifted a slogans) during JNU. This beliefs for a opinion bank politics is unfortunate,” he said.