Rahul Gandhi ED grilling: Congress protests in several states



Congress laborers on Thursday held fights in a few pieces of the nation including Karnataka, Kerala, Punjab, Telangana, Tamil Nadu, and Rajasthan over the Enforcement Directorate exploring previous party president Rahul Gandhi in the National Herald case.

Telangana
A bike was set ablaze and a few dissidents were seen hopping on a state-run city transport even as window sheets of the transport were crushed purportedly by a fomenter in Hyderabad. The dissent caused enormous gridlock on Khairtabad Circle and encompassing regions. The demonstrators raised mottos against Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the police. Gentle strain won as Police thwarted the endeavors by the nonconformists to lay seige to the Raj Bhavan, as a component of a “Chalo Raj Bhavan” call given by Congress’ Telangana unit.Congress laborers in Lucknow show over the ED test against party pioneer Rahul Gandhi in the National Herald case. Congress laborers held a dissent walk in Bengaluru on Thursday over the scrutinizing of Rahul Gandhi by ED. Karnataka Congress boss DK Shivakumar, CLP pioneer Siddaramaiah and different pioneers and laborers of the party were confined by police during their dissent in Bengaluru.Police utilized water gun to scatter a gathering of Congress pioneers and laborers as they attempted to take out a dissent walk to the Raj Bhavan to upbraid the “undemocratic ways” in which the party’s chiefs are being “designated” by the Centre.Goa Congress boss Amit Patkar and various other party pioneers were kept by police on Thursday while they were walking towards the Raj Bhavan to challenge the scrutinizing of Rahul Gandhi. Congress laborers held a dissent in the Civil Lines region with a walk to Lieutenant Governor’s home, drove by state president Anil Kumar. Congress laborers completed a walk from Sushrut Trauma Center close to Chandgiram Akhara to the LG’s home criticizing the Delhi Police for “entering the Congress base camp” and “whipping” the party chiefs inside.



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