‘Dictatorial’ government wants to crack down on Oppn through police and agencies: Priyanka
Congress leader Priyanka Gandhi Vadra said on Tuesday that the BJP’s “dictatorship” was now open because neither important issues can be discussed in parliament nor the voice of the people can be raised in the streets.
His attack came on a day when Congress leader Sonia Gandhi was questioned for the second time by the Directorate of Law Enforcement in a money laundering case related to the National Herald affair, this which led to a massive party protest against the alleged misuse of central agencies.
Former Congress Speaker Rahul Gandhi and several party MPs were arrested by police in Vijay Chowk on Tuesday after leading a protest against ED questioning Sonia Gandhi.
Sharing photographs of the Congress protest in Vijay Chowk in which Rahul Gandhi is seen sitting in the road protesting alleged misuse of agencies, Priyanka Gandhi said in a tweet in Hindi: ‘BJP dictatorship is now open . Cannot discuss important issues in Parliament or make people’s voices heard in the streets.
“It’s a fight for the truth, won’t bow down or be afraid. Go fight, win,” she said.
Sonia Gandhi was interrogated by the ED for over two hours on July 21.
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