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Congress took out candle march to protest police brutality with women wrestlers

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Varanasi, May 29 (Hindustan Times). The Congress took out a candle march in New Delhi on Monday evening along with agitating women wrestlers to protest police brutality. Party leaders and activists participating in the candle march organized from Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Park in Sigara to Bharat Mata Mandir waved placards in support of the women players and raised anti-government slogans. The party’s provincial president Ajay Rai said at the Bharat Mata Mandir complex that on May 28, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will prove himself to be the country’s biggest advocate while inaugurating the country’s new Parliament building amid lights and action cameras. Democracy. While trying, on the other hand, in the same Delhi, right under their noses, the police took repressive measures and misbehaved with the protesting women wrestlers at Jantar-Mantar. The public mistreatment of our female wrestlers who have won medals in games of global prestige like the Olympics and Commonwealth in the presence of the media is shameful, much less condemnable.

Former MLA Ajay Rai said that recently the brutal murder of Ananya Srivastava in Baragaon, the parliamentary constituency of Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Varanasi and in Ayodhya in Ramnagari shows everything about the condition of our mothers and sisters under BJP rule. . The slogans of ‘Beti Padhao’ and ‘Beti Bachao’ are a fraud on the people and the country. Councilor Prince Rai Astron, State Minority Congress President Shahnawaz Alam, District and Metropolitan Congress Committee President Dwey Rajeshwar Singh Patel, Raghavendra Chaubey, Durga Prasad Gupta, Sarita Patel, Fasahat Hussain Babu, Dr. Rajesh Gupta, Ashok Singh, Councilor Gulshan Patel etc. were present. Ali, Aslam Khan etc. were involved.