- Anurag Thakur targeted Congress and made serious allegations
- Congress is trying to mislead the investigation through demonstrations
- ED is questioning Congress President Sonia Gandhi for the third consecutive day
Anuraag Singh Thakur: Union Information and Broadcasting Minister Anurag Thakur on Wednesday hit out at the Congress and alleged that it was trying to “mislead and put pressure” on central probe agencies through street protests. Thakur said that why is Congress running away from the investigation? What do they have to hide? Is the Gandhi family above the law? Should there be a separate law for the Gandhi family? Why are they running away from (investigating) agencies? They should also face investigation.” The ED is questioning Congress President Sonia Gandhi for the third consecutive day on Wednesday in the money laundering case related to the newspaper ‘National Herald’, against which party leaders and workers protested across the country. are doing. In the background of these protests, Thakur has made the above remarks.
Crime at peak in Congress ruled states but CM is wasting time here
“The cases of rape, murder and other crimes are increasing and there are administrative deficiencies in the states,” Thakur said outside the Parliament House. The situation in Rajasthan is worrisome, but the chief minister is spending time here.” The demonstration is not justified as it has nothing to do with the independent investigation being carried out by the (government) agencies.
Congress has accepted that there should be a separate law for it
Congress has never shied away from attacking democracy. It has also raised questions on people holding constitutional posts and has torn ordinances while in power. Congress feels that a family is above the law of the land. Is the Gandhi family above the law? Shouldn’t the corruption of Gandhi family and Congress be investigated? Should the country accept that they will indulge in corruption and investigative agencies will not investigate them?
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