The Tripura Congress on Monday burned an effigy of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and gheraoed the regional workplace of the Enforcement Directorate (ED) in Agartala, in assist of its nationwide chief Rahul Gandhi, who has been summoned by the central company in reference to a cash laundering case. The Congress staff demanded the withdrawal of the case in opposition to Gandhi.
Congress chief Sudip Roy Barman mentioned: “The BJP authorities on the Centre is misusing all establishments, together with Election Fee, ED, Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), to remain in energy and to malign opposition leaders. However they’ll’t do something. Allow them to do no matter they do. They will’t cease the Congress”.
The protest comes amidst ballot preparations of all political events for forthcoming byelections in 4 meeting seats in Tripura.
In the meantime, Gandhi on Monday appeared earlier than the ED in reference to the cash laundering case associated to the Nationwide Herald newspaper as Congress leaders and staff held protests within the nationwide capital. Earlier within the day, the Delhi Police detained Congress staff as they protested outdoors the AICC headquarters in assist of Gandhi.
Nearly all the high management of the Congress, the occasion’s two chief ministers — Ashok Gehlot of Rajasthan and Bhupesh Baghel of Chhattisgarh — and its Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha MPs staged a protest holding placards and shouting slogans from the AICC headquarters to the ED workplace.