BJP spokesperson Prakash Javadekar countered the charge, saying Muslims and all sections of the society have left the riots behind in Gujarat. He added that Khurshid used such language in ‘desperation’.

“In desperation and frustration, Congress’ Salman Khurshid is using such language which we condemn,” he told reporters on Wednesday.

Javadekar further said this was a part of Congress' conspiracy to attack Modi, who has got a clean chit from the court.

“Hence they are upset and this is the outcome always. They want to keep the issue alive because they have nothing else to talk about," he added.

Earlier on Tuesday, Khurshid said Modi should not boast about the clean chit.

“I don’t know of the Supreme Court giving a clean chit to Modi. A lower court has denied to issue summon to him. It is like a nursery student has scored good marks and thinking himself of a PhD,” Khurshid said.


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