Protest by Sonia & Rahul Gandhi against BJP Government on Jantar Mantar, Delhi : Today BJP and Congress both these parties will protest against each other in Delhi. Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi planned to attack BJP by their Anti-Government rally in Delhi. Congress Party also called it a save democracy party.
This gathering will be held at Jantar-Mantar. So many big leaders of Congress party will address in this rally. Former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh will also join this rally. As sources said, JDU and left parties are also invited to this anti-government rally.
Congress leaders stated that BJP tried to destabilize Congress Government in Himachal Pradesh. Vice-President of Congress party Rahul Gandhi is also expected to see in this discussion. According to Congress leaders, Rahul Gandhi will discuss in Rajya Sabha on the matter of Agusta Westland tomorrow.
Congress spokesman party Jairam Ramesh aimed at Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
He said Narendra Modi is trying to implicate Congress party, and he is a mastermind and decided to steep Congress Party in a conspiracy.
Earlier Narendra Modi tweeted, and he praised to Manohar Parirkar for his speech in Rajya Sabha. Modi said that it was the best speech ever in Rajya Sabha. Jairam Ramesh said that Manohar’s speech was the worst speech and worst examples, he should focus on his work and respond to the issues raised by the opposition.
Well, on the other hand, BJP leaders also protest against Congress party corruption. BJP leaders sit at the Gandhi Statue in Parliament against Congress party scam in Agusta Westland and many others.
Here are the live updates From Jantar Mantar
10.35 am: Former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh said that Congress Party will not divert from its path no matter how many allegations figuring by Government.
Rahul Gandhi attacked PrimeMinister Modi and said that false, accusations are made on that person who attacked Prime Minister on their problems. He also added that farmers are committing suicide, and there is a drought in the situation and Modi government is sleeping.