- Rahul Gandhi’s tweet after being detained
- They will never be able to break our spirits: Rahul Gandhi
- ‘Even by arresting us, you will never be able to silence’
Rahul Gandhi Congress leader and former party president Rahul Gandhi was today taken into custody when he sat on a dharna to protest the ED’s questioning of Sonia Gandhi. During this, they were protesting on many issues including price hike, GST and misuse of central agencies. After being taken into custody, he has attacked the government by tweeting.
Rahul Gandhi tweeted, “The ‘King’ of the country has ordered – who will ask questions on unemployment, inflation, wrong GST, Agneepath – put him in jail. Even though I am still in custody, even though the country now has people’s rights.” Raising our voice is a crime, but they will never be able to break our spirits.”
Earlier in another tweet, he also targeted the Modi government when he was taken into custody. He said, “Look at the dictatorship, cannot hold peaceful demonstrations, cannot discuss inflation and unemployment. By misusing the police and agencies, even by arresting us, you will never be able to silence us. ‘Truth’ will end this dictatorship.” “
Before being taken into custody, Rahul Gandhi said that there is a police rule in India. Modi (Prime Minister Narendra Modi) is a king. Apart from Rahul Gandhi, Delhi Police has also detained senior Congress leader Mallikarjun Kharge.
Second round of questioning of Sonia Gandhi
Significantly, Congress President Sonia Gandhi has been called by the Enforcement Directorate (ED) for the second round of questioning in the National Herald case. Sonia Gandhi was accompanied by her daughter Priyanka Gandhi Vadra to the probe agency’s office. Rahul Gandhi also went there before joining the protest in Parliament. Today, after nearly three hours of interrogation, Sonia Gandhi had left the ED office for lunch. After this, he is being questioned again.
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