HW English
Amit Shah
National Politics

“Congress Leaders Feeling Suffocated”, Amit Shah Hits At Gandhi Family

Amit Shah said that after the efforts of millions of people, Emergency was revoked and democracy was restored, but the attitude of Congress did not change.

 

New Delhi| The Dark Chapter in Indian Democracy- Emergency, which began in 1975 imposed by Indira Gandhi, has completed 45 years today. On this occasion, Home Minister Amit Shah has targeted the Gandhi family. Shah said that a family had lured the country into an emergency in the greed of power. Overnight the entire country was imprisoned. Freedom of the press, court and free speech were suppressed. At that time the poor were tortured.

‘Dynasty flourishes in Congress’

Shah said that after the efforts of millions of people, Emergency was revoked and democracy was restored, but the attitude of Congress did not change. “The interests of a family, the party were also kept above the interest of the country. The same is happening in Congress today,” he tweeted.

Also Read: Congress disapproves of Tharoor’s ‘Hindu-Pakistan’ remark, tells leaders to choose words carefully

Congress leaders feel suffocated: Shah

Sharing a media report, Shah said that during the Congress Working Committee meeting held recently, senior party leaders raised some issues, but their points were suppressed. “A party spokesperson was thrown out. The truth is that Congress leaders are feeling suffocated,” He said.

Shah further said that the Congress needs to ask itself as the opposition:
1. Why does the emergency mindset remain?
2. Why are the leaders except for the people of one dynasty not allowed to speak?
3. Why are leaders getting frustrated in Congress?

 

Related posts

INX Media LIVE updates: ED cannot arrest P Chidambaram till Monday

News Desk

PM Modi arrives in Japan for G20 Summit

PTI

Yuvraj Singh retires from international cricket, says ‘Its time to move on’.

PTI