Shashi Tharoor on police actions against Congress workers: “BJP should remember they were”
Congress Member Shashi Tharoor said the ruling party was never handled this way and people should recall as numerous Congress leaders were held in New Delhi for protesting on Wednesday, the third day of Congress leader Rahul Gandhi appearing before the Enforcement Directorate. The suppression of the Congress demonstration, according to the Thiruvananthapuram MP, is a stain on democracy. “A political party has every right to protest,” he added.
A tweet by him said, “Without a doubt, a political party is within its rights to object to an effort to silence its leader by criminal prosecution. The brutal repression of the protesters against @INCIndia is a stain on our democracy. The ruling party needs to keep in mind that they weren’t treated like this! “.
On Wednesday, the Congress claimed that on orders from the government, Delhi Police officers had assaulted employees as they entered the Congress building. Randeep Singh Surjewala, a spokesperson for the Congress, called for the filing of an FIR and the implementation of disciplinary measures against police officers. “All Raj Bhavans in India will be gheraoed by Congress tomorrow. The following day, protests will be staged in every District “said Surjewala.
The party was notified last night that they would not be permitted to host a gathering since Section 144 had been implemented outside the ED office and Akbar Road, according to Delhi Police, who also stated that no permission had been sought for the event today. For the third day of questioning, Rahul Gandhi arrived at the ED office around midday. The ED headquarters was surrounded by sizable police and paramilitary presence. Between the ED office and the party headquarters, police gathered up protesting Congress officials and hauled them into police vans at several locations.
Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel told reporters outside the Congress headquarters that the government was “murdering democracy” as party workers and office-bearers were not being allowed to enter the party office premises by the police. “Are you terrorists, us? Why are you afraid of us, the Bharatiya Janata Party?”, Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury, the head of Congress, made this statement while organizing a demonstration by party members.
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