New Delhi: Bharatiya Janata Party has reacted furiously over the comment by the Congress Seva Dal about Veer Savarkar's relationship with Nathuram Godse. It is to be mentioned that one of the frontal organisations of the opposition party Congress Seva Dal has stated that Veer Savarkar and Nathuram Godse were in a physical relationship.
Reacting to this, BJP General Secretary Anil Jain launched a scathing attack at the Congress stating that the world knows various relationships of Congress leaders but neither he nor the party wants to throw such muck. Jain said that nobody in the Congress has ever suffered like Veer Savarkar, who was a Hindutva icon. He stated, "to what low the opposition party has fallen into attacking him." The Congress should answer about such a comment made about Savarkar.
The BJP General Secretary also said,"except for a family nobody is worthy of respect for the Congress." He accused that the party has always made derogatory remarks on leaders like Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, Bhimrao Ambedkar and Savarkar.
This comment over Nathuram Godse and Veer Savarkar came during the distribution of Hindi booklet at a camp of Congress affiliated Seva Dal in Madhya Pradesh. The booklet has claimed that Savarkar and Mahatma Gandhi's killer were having a physical relationship to which the Bharatiya Janata party has reacted stating that Congress government is busy making remarks about India's respected people while they have a lot to work on.
Speaking about the Kota Hospital tragedy Anil Jain also took a dig at the Congress government in Rajasthan stating, "instead of reeling out statistics the government should work to improve conditions in the hospital and fix accountability." It is to be mentioned that the death of over a hundred children has triggered a political row in Kota Hospital in Rajasthan. While the Congress has stated that more children had earlier died in the same hospital when the state was ruled by the BJP, the saffron party politicos have suggested that the party should dig out the statistics but work towards improvement and take the major steps towards the betterment of hospital conditions.