46th anniversary of Emergency! Amit Shah hits back at Congress stating 'dark history'

New Delhi: On this day, on June 25, 1975, a nationwide emergency was declared, which is called the dark chapter of the country's politics. This was the most controversial and undemocratic period in the history of independent India, as elections were postponed and people's rights were banned. Recalling this day, Home Minister Amit Shah said that the emergency imposed to suppress the voice against a family is a dark chapter in the history of independent India.

Amit Shah tweeted that the emergency imposed to crush the voices raised against a family is a dark chapter in the history of independent India. Bow to the sacrifices and sacrifices of all the countrymen who have consistently fought to protect the Constitution and democracy of the country, suffering the cruel tortures of ruthless rule for 21 months. Meanwhile, some BJP units are celebrating 'Black Day' on Friday.

On June 25, 1975, the then President Fakhruddin Ali Ahmed ordered a nationwide emergency on the recommendation of the then PM Indira Gandhi, which created many historical events. This was the most controversial period in the history of Indian politics, as elections in India were cancelled due to emergency, and everyone who raised their voice against the government by abolishing civil rights was imprisoned.

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