Congress Protest: Congress is holding nationwide protests against inflation and unemployment. Meanwhile, a large number of Congress workers gathered at the AICC headquarters. Rahul Gandhi attacked the BJP government by holding a press conference.
The Congress demonstrated from Parliament to the street since morning on Friday against inflation, GST and the policies of the central government. This time Congress had a different strategy. First of all, Sonia along with Congress MPs raised slogans wearing black clothes in Parliament. After that, Rahul went out to march from Parliament to Rashtrapati Bhavan, but was stopped by the police and taken into custody.
After this, Priyanka Gandhi, who was present at the party headquarters, took the lead and she along with her MPs went out to surround the PM residence, but even here the police did not allow her to proceed. As a result, she sat at home on the road itself. The police also took them into custody. During this, all the big leaders of Congress including Ajay Maken, Sachin Pilot, Harish Rawat, Abhinash Pandey were detained.
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Congress leaders brought to Kingsway Camp Police Line
Delhi Police has brought the detained Congress leaders to Kingsway Camp Police Lines. Other Congress MPs including Mallikarjun Kharge, Jairam Ramesh and Ranjeet Ranjan have been brought here.
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Rahul said – everything was ruined in 8 years
Earlier in the morning, Rahul Gandhi held a press conference. He said, ‘Are you enjoying dictatorship, democracy is being murdered here everyday. This government ruined democracy in 8 years. In fact, the Congress is protesting against the central government across the country today. While talking to the media, he wore a black bandage on his arm.
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