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“Is This BJP’s Nationalism Or Terrorism?”: Youth Congress Posters Across Delhi Over Udaipur Killer’s Link With Saffron Party


The Indian Youth Congress (IYC), amid outrage over the Bharatiya Janata Party’s (BJP) alleged link with one of the attackers in the Udaipur killing, has now put up posters across the national capital, asking, “Is this the BJP’s nationalism or terrorism?”

The massive posters, also showing the links of terrorist Talib from Jammu with the BJP, have been put up at various places in Delhi.

The Congress has opened an attack against the ruling BJP over the Udaipur murder accused’s links with he party, and questioned the Centre on handing over the investigation to the National Investigation Agency (NIA).

Congress leader Pawan Khera, referring to some media reports claiming a connection between accused Riyaz Attari and a BJP leader, said: “We did our research on those claims and found old Facebook posts of Rajasthan BJP leaders where Riyaz Attari was mentioned as ‘BJP karyakarta’.”

“Two incidents in the past week have exposed the two-faced Bharatiya Janta Party (BJP). First, we learned that one of the accused in Kanhaiya Lal’s horrific murder in Udaipur was a BJP worker. Then it emerged that a captured Lashkar-e-Taiba terrorist in Jammu and Kashmir was not only a BJP office-bearer who had previously been captured in photos with Home Minister Amit Shah and was planning to launch attacks on the Amarnath Yatra,” the Congress leader added.

The Congress’ recently appointed chairman of media and publicity also appealed to the people of the country to “see through the BJP’s fake nationalism and its disturbing willingness to flirt with anti-national forces.”

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