Without naming Congress VP Rahul Gandhi, BJP chief Amit Shah on Tuesday said that nobody in India listens to anything that a "failed leader" has to say. PIC/Amit Shah Facebook page.
“Many leaders today find it suitable to run off to the US and give lectures,” Shah said in an indirect reference to Rahul Gandhi’s speech in Berkeley where he attacked the Modi government. PIC/Amit Shah Facebook page.
The BJP president claimed his party removed dynastic politics from the country as it believed in politics of performance. PIC/Amit Shah Facebook page.
"We do not believe in the politics of appeasement which is votebank politics. We have removed dynastic politics from India. We believe in politics of performance," Shah reportedly said. PIC/Amit Shah Facebook page.
Information and Broadcasting Minister Smriti Irani also lashed out at Gandhi, saying a "failed dynast" chose to speak about his "failed political journey" in the US as India was not listening to him. PIC/PIB India.