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'Message against Ram Mandir...': Amit Shah says THIS on Congress' big protest | India News

‘Message towards Ram Mandir…’: Amit Shah says THIS on Congress’ large protest | Information

New Delhi: House Minister Amit Shah on Friday linked Congress leaders’ protest in black garments over the problems of value rise and unemployment to the social gathering’s “appeasement” politics to convey its opposition to the Ram temple basis laying by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on today in 2020. Chatting with reporters, Shah mentioned all people noticed protests from Congress leaders of late in common garments they wore however they particularly selected black garments for Friday agitation as Modi peacefully resolved an over 550-year dispute which was related to the religion of crores of individuals.

The development of the temple is now in full swing, he famous.

The Congress is conveying its opposition to the temple development and the problems of ED motion and value rise are solely excuses, Shah claimed.

As Congress couldn’t have overtly expressed its opposition to the temple, it has tried to offer a hidden message, he alleged.

Regardless of being in energy for more often than not since independence, the Congress did nothing to resolve the dispute whereas Modi discovered an answer to it in a peaceable method, the house minister mentioned.

Carrying black garments, Congress leaders hit the streets to protest towards value rises and unemployment with a bunch of them, together with Rahul Gandhi and Priyanka Gandhi Vadra, being detained by police for practically six hours.

200 Congress leaders, together with Rahul, and Priyanka Gandhi, detained

Greater than 200 Congress protesters, together with 50 Members of Parliament, had been detained by the Delhi police on Friday, PTI reported. Rahul Gandhi and Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury had been among the many detained Congress MPs. A number of different high grand previous social gathering leaders together with Priyanka Gandhi Vadra and Shashi Tharoor had been additionally detained by the Delhi police whereas marching to Rashtrapati Bhavan. 

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