Satish Kumar Gautam who defeated BSP's Ajeet Baliyan wants to send AMU's Jinnah portrait to Pakistan to end the controversy over the photo.
"The Congress should have sought an affidavit from the Muslim League stating that Jinnah was a traitor and was responsible for Partition of India," the BJP leader said.
BJP candidate Guman Singh Damor had in an election rally said that if a decision was taken to make Jinnah PM at the time of Independence, then India would not have been partitioned.
Ratlam-Jhabua Lok Sabha constituency BJP candidate GS Damor said that Jinnah, an erudite advocate, if made India's first PM would ensure that there is no partition.
Sinha courted controversy for saying that "from Mahatma Gandhi to Muhammad Ali Jinnah, all are part of Congress Parivar."
Sinha's clarification came after he courted controversy for saying that from Mahatma Gandhi to Muhammad Ali Jinnah, all are part of Congress Parivar.
Speaking to the media on Saturday, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) national spokesman Shahnawaz Hussain slammed Sinha for the remark.
During an even to mark the martyrdom day of freedom fighter Ashfaqulla Khan, Jinnah's photo was put up along with that of several other notable personalities.
The bungalow on Malabar Hill was designed by architect Claude Batley in European style and Jinnah lived there in the late 1930s.
The priceless literary trove that Hyderabad stumbled up on, bang in the middle of Monda market more than two months ago, seems to have fallen into oblivion yet again.
In last May, a portrait of Jinnah which was displayed at the university's students' union office had caused a major row.
He also claimed India's partition would not have happened if Mahatma Gandhi's wish of Jinnah becoming the prime minister had materialised.
Even the Indian cricket fraternity is not making much noise about Imran Khan emerging victorious in Pakistan polls.
Jinnah House belongs to India, not enemy property: Union Home Minister for State Hansraj Gangaram Ahir
Originally named as South Court, the sea-facing bungalow was built by Pakistan founder Muhammad Ali Jinnah in 1936 after he returned from England.
The vice chancellor assured the students union that he would stand by them in their quest for justice and assured them that he would do his best to ensure their just grievances were addressed.