New Delhi: On being applauded by the RSS RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat for praising Congress's contribution in the fight for independence, the main opposition party said on Tuesday that it does not need a certificate from the 'divisive and hate-wreck' organization.
Congress Chief Spokesperson Randeep Surjewala also said that Bhagwat's statement should not be worried by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP President Amit Shah because it seems that the RSS disagrees with the "subversive attitude" of the couple. Surjewala said, "I have read about this (Bhagwat's statement) in the newspapers. If anyone should be worried about this, then it should be a pair of Modi ji and Amit Shah. It seems that now the BJP's mother organization disagrees with the subversive attitude of the Modi-Shah duo. "
He said, "The entire India knows what the Congress has sacrificed for the fight of India's independence and the unity and integrity of the country. Mahatma Gandhi, Indira Gandhi, Rajiv Gandhi, Sardar Beant Singh, Vidyacharyan Shukla and Nand Kumar Patel and thousands of Congress workers sacrificed for the country. "
Surjewala said, "Congress does not need any certificate from the divisive and hate-producing organization." It is worth mentioning that on Monday, Bhagwat had surprised everyone by saying that in the fight for independence of Congress There is a big contribution and he has given many great personalities to the country.