DMK Leader And Tamil Nadu CM MK Stalin Slams BJP Over ED Questioning Of Congress Leader Rahul Gandhi

MK Stalin On Congress Protest: DMK leader and Tamil Nadu...

MK Stalin On Congress Protest: DMK leader and Tamil Nadu CM MK Stalin has targeted the BJP over the appearance of Rahul Gandhi in front of the ED. He tweeted, “I condemn the outrageous act of political vendetta using the Enforcement Directorate by the ruling BJP government against the Congress party and its leaders Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi.”

He further wrote that as there is no answer to the issues of the common man, the BJP adopts such diversionary tactics to save itself from public anger. Political opponents should be fought politically and not by forcing the Enforcement Directorate. Let us tell you that in the National Herald case, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi was questioned by the ED for the second consecutive day on Tuesday. Rahul Gandhi was also questioned by the ED for several hours on Tuesday. At the same time, it has been learned from the sources that the Enforcement Directorate has asked Congress leader Rahul Gandhi to rejoin the National Herald investigation for the third consecutive day tomorrow.

Police detained Congress leaders

On Tuesday too, Congress leaders and workers protested against the ED’s investigation against Congress leader Rahul Gandhi and took out a foot march. During this many Congress leaders were detained. On this, Congress leader Randeep Surjewala said that Delhi Police and Modi government have crossed all limits of shamelessness when they mercilessly attacked Congress leaders and workers. The way female MP JB Mather was dragged by male constables, the way she was beaten up reflects the anti-women mentality of the Modi government.

Congress leaders appeal to the opposition

Congress leader and Chhattisgarh CM Bhupesh Baghel said that leaders of various political parties are being harassed against him by using ED, I-T department or CBI. The time has come for the opposition parties to think of coming together on one platform.

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