Cong launch­ing fake cam­paigns: Jaitley

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the max­i­mum and si­mul­ta­ne­ously ar­gue that the free speech is in dan­ger, Jaitley said.

“They shed croc­o­dile tears for democ­racy and make ev­ery ef­fort to con­vert the world's largest democ­racy into a dy­nas­tic one,” he said.

“The Congress aligned with the Maoist in the re­cent Ch­hat­tis­garh elec­tions. Rahul Gandhi stood shoul­der to shoul­der with the ‘Tukde Tukde' gang at the Jawa­har­lal Nehru Univer­sity. The Congress was in the fore­front of de­fend­ing the ur­ban nax­als in court. And yet it claims to be friend of both, the idea of In­dia and its in­sti­tu­tions,” Jaitley said.

He said these ‘in­sti­tu­tion pro­tec­tors' sup­port the le­git­imis­ing of il­le­gal in­fil­tra­tors into In­dia. They read­ily jump to the sup­port of those who want to dis­mem­ber the coun­try, he said.

Ac­cus­ing Congress Pres­i­dent Rahul Gandhi of stalling func­tion­ing of Par­lia­ment, Jaitley said his two speeches on Rafale are based on a per­sonal ha­tred for the Prime Min­is­ter em­a­nat­ing from envy.

“His­tory will record that Pt. Jawa­har­lal Nehru's great grand­son has sin­gu­larly dam­aged In­dia's Par­lia­ment as an in­sti­tu­tion more than any­one else,” he said.

The min­is­ter said the Congress at­tempts at 11.00 am ev­ery morn­ing to dis­rupt both houses of Par­lia­ment.

“If we an­a­lyse Rahul Gandhi's two speeches on Rafale, they are based on a per­sonal ha­tred for the Prime Min­is­ter em­a­nat­ing from envy. A failed stu­dent al­ways hates the class top­per. Ad­di­tion­ally, the con­text of the speeches points more to col­lege-level lumpeni­sa­tion in con­tent.

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