Priyanka Gandhi said shocking thing on Yogi government

Jun 30 2020 02:56 PM
Priyanka Gandhi said shocking thing on Yogi government

In Uttar Pradesh's capital Lucknow, there was a fierce protest against the CAA and NRC. In the guise of this demonstration, on Monday night, along with Shahnawaz Alam, chairman of UP Congress Minority Cell, arrested another on the charge of committing a disturbance at the intersection. After the arrest of Shahnawaz, the party's national general secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra has attacked the Yogi Adityanath government. Priyanka, very active on social media, tweeted two on Tuesday and said that Yogi Adityanath government of UP, you people can suppress the voice of other parties, not ours.

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Priyanka said in his statement that even though the Yogi Adityanath government of BJP can stop the Uttar Pradesh Police from raising the voice of other parties, it is not our party. He has also taken a dig at all opposition parties. Priyanka Gandhi wrote that Congress leaders and workers are committed to raising their voice on public issues. The BJP government can stop the UP Police from raising the voice of other parties, not our party, by making the UP Police a tool of repression. Along with the tweet, she has also put CCTV footage and said that you all see how the UP Police picked up the chairman of our Minority Department in the dark of night. Further Priyanka Gandhi said that our state president Ajay Kumar Lallu was kept in jail for four weeks on the first fake charges. Police action is repressive and undemocratic. Now the soldiers of the Congress are not afraid of police sticks and fake cases.

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Congress leader Shahnawaz Alam and one other were arrested by the Hazratganj police on Monday night in Lucknow. Shahnawaz is the chairman of UP Congress Minority Cell. Shahnawaz is accused of instigating people and attacking the police during a demonstration at the Parivartan intersection of Lucknow.

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