Hyderabad: BJP frowns at need to eliminate Savarkar’s picture from gallery
Hyderabad: State BJP principal representative K Krishna Saagar Rao on Sunday criticised the Congress and also MIM for requiring elimination of Veer Savarkar’s image fromSalarjung Museum “The Bharatiya Janata Party condemns this low-level politicking of Congress and MIM. They are lowering the stature; I think the MIM does not have any. But, Congress is lowering the stature of a national party by bickering about small issues.”
Rao specified that liberty boxers are currently being commemorated with 75 years of homage. In that background, as opposed to climbing over minor national politics, the Congress celebration is considering low-cost techniques.
“The BJP wants people of this country to understand the level of politics that the Congress party degenerated to. If Veer Savarkar is not a freedom fighter what was he doing in jail? What was he doing most of his life in Andaman and other jails? “Why is it that you need to do turning of realities to catch a male that has offered his life to this country? Why is it that you can not increase over minor national politics to identify the excellent leaders of this country?
“We could have also asked to remove Nehru’s portrait from the gallery, as we are against Nehruvian politics” But, that is not the sort of national politics BJP enjoys. We are over smallness and also over partial national politics.”When we look at national leaders and recognise them not by the party, but their contribution to the nation”
“The Congress party, which held itself as a grand old party, should stop and reflect, introspect how deep in dirt they have gone and dug themselves into”.