"I am confident that the party will form a majority government after 2017 election," he told reporters after inaugurating the party's newly renovated state office. Shah said that he didn't want to talk about politics, but he wanted to refer to nationalism.
    
"I want to ask Congress and specially its Vice President Rahul Gandhi that whether he consider slogans raised in JNU as anti-national or freedom of speech," he said. He must clarify about his party's ideological ground, he said. The BJP President said that he had been raising the question for the last six days, but Rahul was maintaining silence.

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