Sushilkumar Shinde's 'Hindu terror' remarks Congress conspiracy to divide India: BJP
"Don't think Indians as votes and votebanks," Singh said, adding that the Indian population will not allow such a thing.
Jaitley said the BJP has taken to the streets against Shinde for his remarks and unless he takes them back and make a public apology the party will not let him do politics.
Both Jaitley and Rajnath Singh dared the UPA to ban the BJP and RSS if they have any proof of the outfits running terror camps.
Singh lamented that the Congress was charging its own countrymen as terrorists and referred to the UNSC which suggested the involvement of Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) into the Samjahuta Express blast, Malegaon and Mecca Masjid blasts.
Jaitley said, "No one has ever dared to make such a comment against both BJP and RSS in this country. If there is any truth in such allegations, then the Centre should ban us."
He alleged that the Home Minister has given Pakistan an opportunity to say that India runs terror camps, which India has been accusing Pakistan of doing on its soil for so many years.
He said due to such comments of the Home Minister, "it is India which is a loser".
On government seeking support and cooperation of the Opposition during the difficult economic situation that the country is facing, Jaitley said, "How can you expect cooperation from those whom you charge of running terror camps. We will protest both outside and inside Parliament."
"Ahead of the Budget Session of Parliament, BJP is ready to take this fight to the streets.
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