When ‘poison of hatred’ is being unfold, then what’s ‘Amrit Mahotsav’: Rahul Gandhi



Congress chief Rahul Gandhi on Saturday mentioned freedom doesn’t imply something when it’s not for everybody and requested what ‘Amrit Mahotsav‘ meant when the “poison of hatred” is being unfold within the nation. His remarks come within the wake of clashes between police and alleged encroachers throughout an eviction drive in Assam’s Darrang district on Thursday that left two individuals lifeless and 20 injured.

A surprising video exhibiting a person slinging a digicam and hitting an apparently lifeless particular person with a bullet wound on his chest additionally surfaced after the incident. The person was later arrested and a judicial probe has been ordered into the incident.

“When the poison of hatred is being unfold within the nation then what’s ‘Amrit Mahotsav’? What does freedom imply if it’s not for everybody,” Gandhi requested in a tweet in Hindi, utilizing the hashtag ‘Assam’.

Congress leaders have met Assam Governor Jagadish Mukhi urging him to cease the eviction drive at Sipajhar in Darrang until a correct rehabilitation package is introduced.

Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma on Friday asserted that discussions had been held for over 4 months earlier than an eviction drive was launched to clear the land at Gorukhuti village in Darrang district the place police firing claimed two lives through the train.

A 12-hour bandh known as by numerous organisations to protest towards the incident affected regular life in Darrang district on Friday.




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