New Delhi/UNI: Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot Wednesday mentioned the final eight years might be seen as a ‘darkish chapter’ within the historical past of unbiased India, and urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to make an attraction for peace amid rising communal rigidity.

On Wednesday, restrictions in Central Delhi continued with a number of roads being barricaded.

All entries to Congress headquarters at Akbar Street remained beneath heavy police presence and solely chosen folks have been allowed entry.

“Final eight years might be referred to as a ‘darkish chapter’ of Indian democracy. There may be rigidity in each lane. We’re seeing folks elevating slogans, whether or not Hindu or Muslim,” Gehlot mentioned at a press convention.

“Opposition events have demanded that the PM ought to attraction for peace within the nation. 13 events have made this demand. Yesterday I requested once more, individuals are scared, there may be communal rigidity in all places. Why is he hesitating?” he mentioned.

Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel mentioned they weren’t even allowed to convey their employees to the Congress workplace on Wednesday.

“Such a scenario has not arisen earlier than.

“BJP’s nationalism is an ‘imported nationalism’ which says crush those that categorical dissent. You possibly can see how the Middle is misusing central companies,” Baghel mentioned.

Get together Normal Secretary Mukul Wasnik talked about how he together with the Chhattisgarh CM, chief of Congress in Lok Sabha Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury and others have been stopped on their strategy to meet detained occasion leaders in Badarpur space of Delhi.

“We is not going to break the legislation, however should you deny our constitutional proper we’ll proceed our Gandhian protest,” he mentioned.

On Wednesday, former Congress President Rahul Gandhi was scheduled to seem for the third consecutive day for questioning on the Enforcement Directorate. Congress has maintained the case is politically motivated and referred to as it ‘political vendetta’.



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