Amit Shah attacks Congress over the Emergency

NEW DELHI: Union Home Minister Amit Shah attacked Congress on Saturday over the Emergency declared 47 years ago, claiming that the grand old party snatched the Constitutional rights of every Indian overnight in exchange for power. Due to the prevailing "internal disturbance," an Emergency was declared on June 25, 1975, at midnight. Taking to Twitter, the Home Minister praised all patriots who have given their all to restore democracy and defeat the dictatorial mindset.

"On this day in 1975, the Congress snatched the Constitutional rights of every Indian in exchange for power, declared an emergency, and brutally replaced foreign rule. I salute all patriots who have given their all to restore democracy and defeat the dictatorial mindset "Shah said in a tweet. 

Earlier, Defence Minister Rajnath Singh described the 1975 emergency as a "dark chapter" in Indian history that must never be forgotten, and he urged all Indians to take a pledge to protect the Constitution and its institutions.
"The declaration of emergency in India 47 years ago is a dark chapter in the country's history that will never be forgotten. On this day, all Indians should not only commit to defending democracy, but also pledge to uphold the dignity of the constitution and its institutions "Singh stated this in a tweet. 

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