BJP MP Sakshi Maharaj says comment linking Cong with Bose death was 'assumption'

Credit: IndiaTimes- Published on January 24, 2021
While addressing a public rally in Unnao, he said, "My allegation is that Congress got Subhas Chandra Bose killed....neither Mahatma Gandhi nor Pandit Nehru could stand in front of his popularity."

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'Congress got Subhas Chandra Bose killed', alleges Sakshi Maharaj
"Congress got Subhas Chandra Bose killed," alleged BJP MP Sakshi Maharaj while addressing a public rally on January 23 in Unnao. Sparking the controversy further, he claimed that neither Mahatma Gandhi nor Pandit Nehru could stand in front of Bose's popularity. Sakshi Maharaj said, "My allegation is that Congress got Subhash Chandra Bose killed. Neither Mahatma Gandhi nor Pandit Nehru could stand in front of his popularity."

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