'Rahul baba' must not question centre, he will damage himself: Amit Shah

| Updated: Dec 17, 2016 22:13 IST

(Shahjahanpur) Uttar Pradesh [India], Dec. 17 (ANI): Bharatiya Janata Party President Amit Shah on Saturday cautioned Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi to avoid asking questions of the government if he did not want them to backfire on him. "Rahul Baba, you don't ask any question from us. You always make a mess out of it and cause damage to yourself," Shah said. Gandhi had earlier claimed that he had information in his possession about the personal corruption of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Shah was addressing a Parivartan rally in Shahjahanpur, Uttar Pradesh. Shah said, "Rahul had said that unprovoked firing is still going on at the LOC and nothing has changed. I will explain to him what has changed. Earlier, Pakistan was the one which started and ended the firing but now, Pakistan starts the firing and the Indian Army ends it." "The opposition has also wasted the entire winter session by shouting. They did not have the will to hold any kind of discussion on demonetisation in Parliament," he added.(ANI)
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