Congress protest: Congress’s protest against inflation, Delhi Police filed a case, Rahul Gandhi said…

Mumbai: After the nationwide agitation of the Congress against inflation and unemployment, now the Delhi Police has taken a big action against the party. The police have registered a case against all the activists and leaders involved in the movement. Congress leader Rahul Gandhi has expressed his displeasure in strong words. Today in our country […]
 


Congress protest: Congress’s protest against inflation, Delhi Police filed a case, Rahul Gandhi said…

Mumbai: After the nationwide agitation of the Congress against inflation and unemployment, now the Delhi Police has taken a big action against the party. The police have registered a case against all the activists and leaders involved in the movement. Congress leader Rahul Gandhi has expressed his displeasure in strong words. Today in our country it is illegal to protest and express your opinion. So they can do whatever they want to do, Rahul Gandhi has criticized.

The Congress party on Friday staged massive protests across the country against inflation and unemployment. The strongest protest was seen in Delhi. Congress Morla was not allowed due to the imposition of Article 144 in New Delhi. Despite this, Congress leaders opposed it. Meanwhile, many leaders including Rahul Gandhi and Priyanka Gandhi were taken into custody by the Delhi Police.

Congress MP Rahul Gandhi on police registering an FIR against Congress leaders and workers involved in the agitation said, ‘BJP can register an FIR. They can do whatever they want. Today in our country it is illegal to protest and express your opinion. So they can do whatever they want to do. Delhi Police has registered a case at Tughlaq Road police station regarding the opposition of Congress.

 

The Congress had on Friday called for a nationwide agitation against inflation, unemployment and GST on essential commodities. New Delhi Deputy Commissioner of Police Amrita Guguloth said that a case has been registered at Tughlaq Road police station under sections 186 (preventing a public servant from doing public work), 188, 332 of the Indian Penal Code.

The Delhi Police had refused permission to the Congress to hold protests in the national capital. Police on Friday detained over 300 protesters, including 65 MPs from Lutyens’ Delhi.