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Jaitley claims there’s no Hindutva terror

BJP leader Arun Jaitley claims there is no Hindu terrorism in India except for the one or two aberrations. He was answering a question by a reporter about the rising Hindutva terror.
The opposition leader in India’s Parliament was in Dubai on Saturday for the opening ceremony of a school.
Sharad Pawar, India’s federal minister of agriculture, also joined Jaitley at the function.
Jaitley said the performance of the United Progressive Alliance poor and its leadership is weak. “There are issues of national security, border terrorism, Maoists activities and high-level corruption. The public, especially the youth, are angry over the poor governance and leadership”.
“Our purpose is to make India riot free,” he said while replying a question about the security of minorities.
He claimed that National Democratic Alliance, led by the BJP, appeared to be the front runner in the election campaign and their nearest rival will shrink after the election.
He said Aam Aadmi Party’s 49-day rule in Delhi was nightmarish for the residents. Asked about BJP’s connection and deals with Ambani Group, he said this was sheer propaganda by the AAP and that this question was already answered.