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Congress Sends Anti-Ram Temple Message, Says Amit Shah -by Ecork

New Delhi:

Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Friday accused the Congress of appeasement politics, declaring that their black dress protest was actually against the foundation ceremony of the Ram temple in Ayodhya. Pointing out that today is the anniversary of the foundation ceremony, he said that the Congress, by holding the protest in black clothes, “is sending a subtle message that they are protesting against the foundation ceremony for Ram Janmabhoomi and are move their comfort system forward. “.

The Congress hit back, saying it was a desperate attempt to “manipulate, mislead, polarize and give an ugly twist” to its democratic protests against the price hike.

“The home minister has made a desperate attempt to distort, ban, polaize and give hate speech to today’s democratic protests of @INCIndia against tax hike, unemployment & GST. It is the only sick one that you can make such false arguments. It’s clear that the opposition has hit home!” tweeted senior Congress leader Jairam Ramesh.

The Congress trip – planned since last week – turned into a big row today. The Delhi Police, which ordered the protest, arrested key leaders of the party including Rahul Gandhi and Priyanka Gandhi Vadra.

“This is about the cases registered in the court. Why are they making protests every day? I feel that the Congress has a hidden agenda – they have extended their policy of appeasement in a disguised way,” Mr. said Shah, whose ministry has been overseeing law and order in Delhi.

When asked the timing of the protest, he said, “Today, the Security Council has not called anyone or asked anyone. No attack has taken place… I do not understand why the protest must be held today”.

“I acknowledge that on this day Prime Minister Narendra Modi laid the foundation for Ram Janmabhoomi, which provided a peaceful solution to the 550-year-old problem. Nowhere in the country is there a violence of unrest… I will say that the appeasement policy is not good for the country, or the Congress,” said the Home Minister.

The Congress has held several protests in Delhi and other states since the Enforcement Directorate began questioning the Gandhis in a money laundering case related to the National Herald newspaper. Almost all of them have ended with police action and injuries to many, especially elderly MPs and former ministers.

Congress has started protests today by wearing black clothes to the parliament. The hearings were postponed due to the growing outcry over the misuse of investigative agencies by the government.

As the procession to the Rashtrapati Bhavan began soon after, shocking footage showed the police fighting with the leaders, trying to stop and stop them.

Opposition groups protested the police action as videos of Priyanka Gandhi Vadra being physically dragged by the police went viral on social media.

The leaders were released in the evening after six hours.

The Congress and other opposition parties are constantly raising questions in the parliament against the price hike, the recent increase in the abit of Goods and Services Tax and unemployment. Protests are taking place inside the parliament and outside.

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