Lucknow | Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP) leader and Union Minister for Home Affairs Rajanth Singh said that his party’s difference with Congress President Rahul Gandhi is ‘political’ and not ‘personal’.
Addressing students at the Jaipuria Institute of Management in Lucknow, Singh said that BJP believes Bharatiya Janata Party in differing on political and ideological issues and never taking things to personal level. The Union Home Minister answered to questions of the management student on various national and international topics.
When asked about India’s growing relationship with the United States,Singh said,” New Delhi’s foreign policy was guided by the traditional credo of “Na kahu se dosti, na kahu se bair.” He added further added that “India wants a good relationship with all countries.”
Rajnath Singh also spoke about Rahul Gandhi’s constant visit to the Hindu temples. He said, “The Congress President is keeping in mind the 2019 parliamentary polls.” When asked about Narendra Modi government’s stand on Section 370 which grants special status to the citizens of Jammu and Kashmir, Singh said, “If I utter a word on this, it will become international news. You should wait, some decisions have to be taken with great seriousness and deliberations.” The Union Minister further added that Jammu and Kashmir was an integral part of India and will always remain one. “Nobody can take away the state from us.”