Samajwadi Party (SP) leader Rajendra Choudhary stirred a controversy after he branded Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) National President Amit Shah as ‘terrorists.’ “PM Modi and Amit Shah, both are terrorists and are propagating terrorism in the democracy,” he said. The comment by Rajendra Chowdhary came shortly after PM Modi accused the state government of discrimination on the basis of religion. The BJP was quick to respond. “It is their (SP’s) frustration and people of UP will punish them for such intemperate language against the PM,” said BJP vice president and party’s UP in-charge Om Mathur. BJP media in-charge Harish Srivastava also attacked the SP leaders for using “wild language”.