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Congress protests against ED summon to Sonia Gandhi

Coercion, misuse of agencies unacceptable: G A Mir

Post by on Wednesday, July 27, 2022

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Srinagar, July 26: Jammu and Kashmir Pradesh Congress Committee (JKPCC) Tuesday held satyagraha protest in Srinagar in which the PCC Office bearers, former legislators, DCC presidents and prominent party workers participated.
According to a statement, the JKPCC criticized ED's summon to Sonia Gandhi and sought an end to vendetta politics unleashed by the BJP against the opposition, especially Congress Party aiming to divert attention of the people from its utter failures on all fronts.
J&K Pradesh Congress Committee (JKPCC) President Ghulam Ahmad Mir led the Satyagraha Protest against the “anti-people” and “wrong policies on the part of the BJP government at the Centre, terming BJP a mother of crisis in the country especially rising unemployment, inflation, economic crisis and various other issues concerning people.
Mir said that the ED summons to Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi is a tool to malign the image of the grand old National Party whilst there is no FIR against Gandhi’s in National Herald Case, the reality is that Modi government diversionary tactics and misleading politics won’t deter Congress Party from fighting for the rights of people despite coercion and misuse of agencies against the party leadership.
Mir said Congress won’t be cowed down by pressure and vendetta politics, rather it will further strengthen its resolve to fight against the BJPs misleading policies, which is responsible for pushing people to darkness across the country.
We have fought and we will continue to fight for the rights of people and make the BJP government accountable and answerable to people for the damages caused to the country's economy and other sectors of public importance, Mir added.
JKPCC President also termed the alleged “policy of coercion and misuse of agencies by the Government as intolerable and unacceptable.”
 
 
ED summon to Sonia ‘cheap vendetta politics’: Saroori
Jammu, July 26:  Congress held a strong protest demonstration led by the former Minister J&K, G. M Saroori at Kishtwar J&K on Tuesday and marched towards DC Office, in protest against ED summoning Congress President Sonia Gandhi. The march was foiled by police and stopped midway.
A statement from the party said that the party leaders were stopped along with hundreds of workers when they held a protest demonstration and took out a march to the DC office against the alleged, “vindictive” actions of the Government.
Protesters were carrying play cards and raising slogans in favour of Congress President Sonia Gandhi and against BJP government and ED and took out a peaceful march when a heavy contingent of police stopped them midway.
 
 
Cong organises protest in Jammu
Jammu, July 26: Congress staged protest dharna at ShaheediChowk, Jammu on Tuesday against the alleged vindictive actions of government towards Congress leadership and termed it dictatorial and anti-democracy approach of BJP.
A statement from the party said a senior leaders along with party activists and workers carrying play cards and raising slogans against the government and BJP for its vindictive actions against Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi, in National Herald case, held a peaceful protest dharna under the leadership of working President Raman Bhalla accompanied by several senior leadership.
Addressing the gathering Raman Bhalla hit out at the BJP-led Central government, accusing it of indulging in “cheap vendetta politics.”
He said the case of money laundering was hollow and baseless. Congress shall not be intimidated by such cheap tactics.
 

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