Furious BJP rushes to RSS rescue, says sack Sushil Kumar Shinde, demands apology from Sonia Gandhi, PM
He claimed such statements are out of the nervousness that is prevailing in the party, as it knows it is not going to come back to power in 2014 Lok Sabha polls.
BJP leader and MP from Ghaziabad Rajnath Singh said if voted to power, his party will revert the decision of FDI in retail.
Targeting UPA's economic policies, Rajnath said during six-year rule of Atal Bihari Vajpayee, the Central government kept the inflation under control and the country emerged as an economic power.
Referring to Rahul Gandhi's reported statement that politics is like poison, party's firebrand leader Uma Bharti said "if politics is done with ulterior motive, it turns into poison. But if it is done as a religious duty for the interest of the country, then it opens the gate for salvation".
On increasing cases of crime against women, Bharti said women should not remain helpless and take inspiration from the likes of Rani Laxmibai and Jijabai.
The party also targeted the SP and BSP, blaming that the two parties were equally responsible responsible for inflation and corruption in the country.
On one hand, the two parties claim to oppose the Congress, but when it comes to voting against the government, they directly or indirectly stand with it, party said.
BJP vice-presidents Kalraj Mishra and Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi claimed the large turnout in the rally is an indicator that BJP is going
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