Rahul Gandhi Disqualification | Chhattisgarh Youth Congress protested Rahul Gandhi’s disqualification, black paint was also applied to BJP’s posters
Raipur / New Delhi: Members of the Chhattisgarh Youth Congress protest against the BJP outside the party office in Raipur against the disqualification of Rahul Gandhi as a Member of Parliament. Not only this, youth congress workers have also applied black paint on BJP posters. After this, Youth Congress and BJP workers clashed. Stone bullets also took place between the two.
It is noteworthy that on Thursday the previous day, the Surat court had sentenced Rahul Gandhi to two years in prison in a criminal defamation case filed in 2019 for the statement on ‘Modi surname’. However, the court granted bail and suspended execution of his sentence for 30 days to allow congressional leaders to challenge the verdict.
Earlier in the evening, the Chhattisgarh Youth Congress protested against the BJP over the issue in Raipur. pic.twitter.com/Ve2E0xqyLA
— ANI MP/CG/Rajasthan (@ANI_MP_CG_RJ) March 24, 2023
Shortly after Congress leader Rahul Gandhi was disqualified from joining the Lok Sabha, Baghel tweeted: “A dictator’s greatest fear is that people will not stop fearing him. You want to scare the one who says to the whole nation ‘don’t be afraid’.” Baghel has said, “Some people made the same mistake with Indira ji (former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi), the rest is history. Shall meet here in open court. There will be people, there will be a leader of the people… if not, there will be only fear and dictators.”
A dictator’s greatest fear is that people should not stop fearing him.
You want to scare the one who says to the whole country “don’t be afraid”
Some people made the same mistake with Indira ji, the rest is history.
Shall meet here in open court. There will be public, there will be a leader of the people.. if not, there will be only fear and dictator
— Bhupesh Baghel (@bhupeshbaghel) March 24, 2023
Following the withdrawal from membership, Congress leader and former MP Rahul Gandhi tweeted, “I fight for India’s vote. I am willing to pay any price.” Earlier, the Lok Sabha Secretariat issued a notice canceling Rahul Gandhi’s membership in parliament. A notice from the Lok Sabha secretariat states that his disqualification order will be effective from March 23. Let it be known that Rahul Gandhi was a Lok Sabha member from Wayanad.
my religion is based on truth and non-violence
Congress has reacted sharply to the decision, saying legal and political battles will continue. In addition, the party has warned of unrest. Rahul Gandhi had tweeted after the Surat court decision. He quoted Father of the Nation Mahatma Gandhi’s statement and tweeted: “My religion is based on truth and non-violence. Truth is my God, non-violence is the means to get it.
two years in prison
Remarkably, a court in Surat on Thursday sentenced Congress leader Rahul Gandhi to two years in prison in a criminal defamation case brought against him in 2019 over his “Modi surname” comment. However, the court also granted Gandhi bail and suspended the execution of his sentence for 30 days to allow Congress leaders to challenge the verdict.