Such things should not be extended: Amit Shah on Saddam Hussein’s speech against Rahul Gandhi Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma said on Tuesday that Rahul Gandhi resembled the former dictator of Iraq, sharply reprimanding the Congress, which called the word ‘abhorrent and completely. not acceptable’
Home Minister Amit Shah on Thursday sought to downplay Saddam Hussein’s comments against Congress leader Rahul Gandhi by BJP leader, saying such things should not be extended.
Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma said on Tuesday that Rahul Gandhi resembled the former dictator of Iraq, rebuking the Congress who termed the comments “abhorrent and totally unacceptable”.
Speaking at a Times Now forum here, Shah said: “Such things should not be extended. Every time there is an election, things like this are said, and people listen to them. People are grateful. After agreeing to this, the vote does not change. During elections, such talk happens. Addressing a public meeting in Ahmedabad, Sarma said: “I see that his appearance has also changed. I said in a TV interview a few days ago that there is nothing wrong with his new appearance. . But if you have to change your appearance, at least do Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel or even Jawaharlal Nehru. It is better if he looks like Gandhiji. But why does your face turn into Saddam Hussein?