Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) president Amit Shah on Wednesday used the name of 26/11 attacker to refer to the opposition and urged the people of Uttar Pradesh to free the state from “KASAB”.
“By KASAB, I mean Congress, Samajwadi and BSP. Until and unless Kasab is laid to rest, development and prosperity will continue to elude the state,” Amit Shah explained as he unleashed another scathing attack on the opposition in the state.
“In this election, people of UP should get rid of Kasab. I say it again, people of UP should get rid of Kasab,” Shah said while addressing an election rally in Gorakhpur’s Chauri Chaura.