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Brush up information about India's foreign policy, BJP to Rahul

BJP will campaign across the country for an apology from Rahul Gandhi. It's his habit to speak baseless things. Talking to the media in New Delhi on Thursday, Ravi Shankar Prasad said that "he owes an apology to the nation and we will campaign for it". "How long will Rahul Gandhi mislead the country? The BJP reiterates that he said that 'America and Europe should take note of India's democratic backsliding'. It's his habit to insult the feelings of Indians by criticising Indian democracy abroad," Prasad added.Rahul Gandhi has not expressed any regret about what he had said. BJP keeps its sound stand that he must apologise, he said.

Questioning his sense of "deep attachment" with China, Prasad said, "Rahul Gandhi should brush up his information on the foreign policy of India. He's a novice in that field.". Prasad said that If Congress doesn't get votes,it's because of its inability & misdeeds. It doesn't give their party leaders the right to shout against India & disrespecting India.

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