National Herald Case : Congress leaders cite interruption of political activities, ‘warn’ Central Government

As Rahul Gandhi confronted Enforcement Directorate heat for the third consecutive day, top Congress pioneers affirmed interference of political exercises because of Delhi Police and “cautioned” the Central Government against keeping laborers from entering the AICC office.

Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot, Chhattisgarh CM Bhupesh Baghel, AICC general secretaries Randeep Surjewala, Ajay Maken and Mukul Wasnik, in a joint public interview today said “enough was sufficient.”

Gehlot said “eight years of the BJP Government would be composed as a dark section in public history”, adding that party laborers were not being permitted to enter party base camp.

“The public authority should confront results of this,” said Gehlot, adding that their staff members were not permitted to enter the AICC office.

Baghel said the air in the nation was so that everybody could see.

“I was unable to bring our staff inside the AICC central command. Political activists can’t enter their party office. This is occurring without precedent for the nation, and this in light of the fact that Rahul Gandhi has been bringing up issues on the choices of the public authority and hailing individuals’ interests. Indeed, even their patriotism is imported and any voice that questions them is squashed,” Baghel said.

The Chhattisgarh CM said the public authority can stifle just till a breaking point.

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All cutoff points have been crossed, he said as Maken “cautioned the public authority against attempting to hinder popularity based exercises.”

Outside the AICC base camp, Delhi Police brought a few party pioneers into preventive confinement for breaking prohibitory orders in focal Delhi.

Gehlot additionally refered to the new “tractor drive in UP” and spoke to Prime Minister Narendra Modi to call for harmony and end of savagery.

Gehlot said the Congress will check whether it needs to meet the President and PM on the issue.

Surjewala, in the mean time, tried the ED to permit cameras to be introduced in Rahul Gandhi’s cross examination room. “There are no inquiries. This is an ED façade. Allow ED to allow cameras inside and let the nation see,” Surjewala said.

ED sources, in the interim, said Gandhi was taking excessively lengthy to conclude recorded proclamations and was over and again looking for alters.

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