Blanking out Nehru’s legacy is BJP’s ‘intolerance’: Congress Part 1

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NEW DELHI , NOV-27(ANI) : Hitting out at the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) for overlooking the legacy of Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, the Congress on Friday said the attempt to enforce November 26 as the Constitution Day was a move by the government to ‘rewrite history’. He said the Leader of the House talks of the Constitution but doesn’t mention Pandit Nehru’s contribution. He questioned as to how is it possible that Nehru is not mentioned when we are discussing the history of Constitution of India and termed it as intolerance that the BJP is not able to recognise the contributions of the first PM of India, he further questioned what will be the status of the Constitution day. Raising the controversial topic of ‘intolerance’, Azad continued slamming the Centre and in a veiled attack on Prime Minister Narendra Modi said intolerance grows from the ‘top’ and percolates down. The Congress veteran asserted that intolerance was being manufactured by the government and added that the grand old party was in the business of manufacturing ‘love’. Taking a dig at the Congress’ dark part, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley earlier compared the 1975 Emergency imposed by the Indira Gandhi government to Adolf Hitler’s Germany.

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