Lucknow, Feb 20: A Samajwadi Party minister leader today stoked a controversy by calling Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP chief Amit Shah “terrorists” which invited sharp reaction from the Centre’s ruling party which said use of such “intemperate language” shows SP’s “frustration”. “Both of them want to create an environment of fear in the state for votes. They (Modi and Shah) are terrorists. They are creating terror in our democracy,” Rajendra Chaudhary told reporters here. He said “BJP has nothing” to say about its work and therefore its leaders are making “wild allegations”.


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