Amnesty row: Jaitley accuses Congress of opinion bank politics, says ‘azadi’ slogans not leisure of speech

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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.

Jammu: Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley addresses during BJP Tiranga Yatra convene as partial of 70th Independence Day celebrations during Smailpur in Bari Brahmana, Jammu on Sunday. PTI Photo (PTI8_21_2016_000079B) *** Local Caption ***Jammu: Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley addresses during BJP Tiranga Yatra convene as partial of 70th Independence Day celebrations during Smailpur in Bari Brahmana, Jammu on Sunday. PTI Photo (PTI8_21_2016_000079B) *** Local Caption ***

He pronounced that Congress and a vice-president Rahul Gandhi had extended support to a girl who had lifted anti-India slogans then. PTI

“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.

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