NEW DELHI: Hours after Prime Minister Narendra Modi castigated Bharatiya Janata Party candidate Pragya Singh Thakur publicly for her Gandhi-Godse remark BJP chief Amit Shah on Friday said the party made it clear that it does not regret fielding the 2008 terror accused.\r\n\r\nAt the historic briefing in five years chaired by BJP president, the Prime Minister admitted that her remarks were reprehensible not interjecting when Shah expressed no regret in giving Pragya the Bhopal ticket as it was a stand against the \u201cHindu terror tag.\u201d \r\n\r\nModi redirected the questions at him to the BJP chief, who replied: \u201cThe two issues are different. No, we have no regret, not at all.\u201d\r\n\r\n\u201cPragya Thakur\u2019s candidature is our satyagraha (protest) against a fake case of \u2018saffron terror\u2019 foisted on her. The Congress compromised with national security and coined the term \u2018saffron terror\u2019 for its vote-bank politics\u2026. Rahul Gandhi should apologise for this insult to Hindu culture.\u201d\r\n\r\nEarlier, responding to a query from the News24 TV channel, he said: \u201cThe kind of remarks, statements made about Gandhiji and Godse is horribly wrong (bhayankar kharab). It is hateful, and these should be criticised and condemned in every which way. There is no place for such language, thinking in any civilised society. Those who do such things will have think a hundred times in future. It\u2019s a different matter that she has apologised, I will not be able to forgive her from my heart.\u201d\r\n\r\nThe Lok Sabha candidate from Bhopal, Sadhvi Pragya on Thursday called Mahatma Gandhi's assassin Nathuram Godse a "deshbhakt" (true patriot), triggering an immediate denunciation from her own party.\r\n\r\nAs her statement went viral, two BJP MPs -- Union Minister Anantkumar Hegde and Karnataka MP Nalin Kumar Kateel - also came out in her support.\r\n\r\nDistancing from the statements of party leaders, Amit Shah on Friday said the party's Disciplinary Committee will inquire into the matter and submit a report within 10 days.