Opposition should find Rahul, not flaws in BJP: Shahtext_fields
Bengaluru: BJP president Amit Shah on Friday mocked at the Congress, saying it should locate its "missing leader" instead of finding faults with the Bharatiya Janata Party.
Speaking at the start of the party's national executive here, Shah said: "The opposition is disappointed and therefore is finding flaws in the BJP that are not even there.
"Instead of finding flaws with us, they should find where their leader is," Shah was quoted by BJP leader Prakash Javadekar as saying.
The BJP president was taking a jibe at Rahul Gandhi, the Congress vice president who has gone on leave. The Congress is unable to say where he is and when he will return to active politics.