Union Minister Nitin Gadkari, who is always in discussion with his statements and outspoken words, is again in headlines these days. This time he has given a statement for Congress leader Rahul Gandhi. Nitin Gadkari asked Rahul Gandhi to thank him. Regarding the comments made on Veer Savarkar, said that we are grateful to Rahul Gandhi, that he gave us an opportunity to take Veer Savarkar door-to-door.
What did Nitin Gadkari say?
The BJP is attacking the Congress on Rahul Gandhi’s statement about Savarkar. BJP and Shiv Sena together are taking out Veer Savarkar Gaurav Yatra in every district of Maharashtra. Union Road Transport and Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari was in Nagpur on Tuesday (April 4) during this visit. During this, he said that Rahul Gandhi insulted Veer Savarkar, but Savarkar’s stature has not diminished by this insult. Gadkari said, ‘Savarkar has got a chance to be taken from house to house. For this we are grateful to Rahul Gandhi that he gave us the opportunity to take the truth and Savarkar to every door. Rahul Gandhi should continue this.
Rahul did not read what his grandmother and grandfather said
Demanding an apology from Rahul Gandhi, Nitin Gadkari said that he did not read what his grandmother Indira Gandhi, grandfather Feroze Gandhi said about Savarkar. Gadkari said, ‘It was Savarkar who showed that Hindutva is a way of life. He broke the barriers of caste.
Deputy CM said – Will get AC installed for Rahul
During this, Maharashtra’s Deputy CM Devendra Fadnavis also verbally attacked Rahul Gandhi. He said, ‘Rahul Gandhi says he will not apologise, he is not Savarkar. You can be neither Savarkar nor Gandhi. To become Savarkar one has to make sacrifices. In Andaman Jail, he was kept in a room as big as our toilet. It was completely dark. They were forced to do their daily work there as well. Rahul Gandhi, try staying in that room for one night. We will get AC installed for you, but you will not be able to live.
This journey started from Maharashtra from April 2
CM Eknath Shinde started the “Veer Savarkar Gaurav Yatra” from his hometown Thane on Sunday (April 2) in Maharashtra. The yatra was announced by the BJP and the Shiv Sena last month after several opposition leaders, including Rahul Gandhi, made controversial comments on Veer Savarkar.