Kotdi, Rajasthan, Nov 30 (UNI) Bhartiya Janshakti Party (BJS) leader Uma Bharti today accused the BJP of trying to take political mileage on the issue of terrorism.
Addressing an election rally in this town of Bhilwara district, Ms Bharti said Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje was even issuing advertisements on the issue of terrorism ahead of the December 4 election in order to take political mileage out of it.
She also criticised the BJP leaders L K Advani and Narendra Modi for trying to cash upon the issues of the Ram temple and the Ram Sethu.
''Those who are doing politics in the name of the Ram temple had not added a brick for the construction of the temple in Ayodhya.
They are harping on the Ram Sethu, but have they ever gone there to see where it is located,'' she quipped.
She also ruled out the possibility of her joining back the BJP, saying ''question does not arise of my going back to the party.'' The BJS leader said her party would be further strengthened under the leadership and guidance of Mr Govindacharya, the former BJP idealogue.
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