‘Message against Ram Mandir…’: Amit Shah on Congress’s big protest

New Delhi: Home Minister Amit Shah on Friday linked the Congress leaders’ protest over the issues of price rise and unemployment to the party’s “appeasement” politics to oppose the foundation of Ram temple laid by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on this day. Speaking to reporters in 2020, Shah said that everyone saw protests from Congress […]
 


‘Message against Ram Mandir…’: Amit Shah on Congress’s big protest

New Delhi: Home Minister Amit Shah on Friday linked the Congress leaders’ protest over the issues of price rise and unemployment to the party’s “appeasement” politics to oppose the foundation of Ram temple laid by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on this day. Speaking to reporters in 2020, Shah said that everyone saw protests from Congress leaders, which he regularly wore, but he specifically chose black for Friday’s agitation as Modi peacefully spent 550 years Resolved the dispute of more, which was related to the faith of crores. People.

He said that the construction of the temple is now in full swing.

Shah claimed that the Congress is opposing the construction of the temple and the ED action and the issue of price hike are only excuses.

He alleged that the Congress could not openly oppose the temple, so it has tried to give a hidden message.

The home minister said that despite being in power for most of the time since independence, the Congress did nothing to resolve the dispute, while Modi resolved it peacefully.

Dressed in black, Congress leaders took to the streets to protest the rise in prices and unemployment, with many including Rahul Gandhi and Priyanka Gandhi Vadra detained by the police for nearly six hours.

200 Congress leaders including Rahul and Priyanka Gandhi detained

On Friday, Delhi Police detained over 200 Congress protesters, including 50 MPs, as reported by PTI. Rahul Gandhi and Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury are also among the detained Congress MPs. Several other top party leaders, including Priyanka Gandhi Vadra and Shashi Tharoor, were also detained by the Delhi Police while marching to the Rashtrapati Bhavan.