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BJP hits out at Congress over ‘khaki shorts on fire’ tweet

The Congress on Monday tweeted a picture of a khaki knicker on fire, prompting the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) to allege that the main opposition party was inciting violence. It is noteworthy that until some time ago, the dress code of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak (RSS) was used. Now RSS volunteers wear fullpants.

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Congress shared a picture of khaki shorts on fire and wrote, ‘To free the country from the shackles of hatred and to compensate for the damage done by BJP-RSS. Step by step we will reach our goal.’ The tweet uses the logo of the ‘Bharat Jodo’ yatra and mentions the remaining days of the yatra saying ‘145 days left’.

On this tweet of Congress, BJP targeted them and alleged that Congress is inciting violence and their journey is ‘Bharat Todo Yatra’. BJP spokesperson Sambit Patra alleged that the opposition party signaled to “terrorists” in Kerala to target RSS functionaries.

He said that the Congress should remove this tweet immediately and there is no place for violence in the constitutional system of India. Patra claimed that the Congress had a long association with fire and that Punjab was set ablaze during its rule and Sikhs were burnt alive in 1984.

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