Congress Protest: Union Home Minister Amit Shah has questioned the performance of black clothes of Congress leaders against inflation and unemployment. Home Minister Amit Shah said that the protest of Congress leaders in black clothes is a message against the foundation stone laying of Ram temple by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on this day in 2020. Let us inform that during the protest organized by the Congress today, former party president Rahul Gandhi was wearing a black half-shirt, while general secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra was wearing a black salwar-kameez and dupatta.
Congress wants to carry forward the policy of appeasement
Home Minister Amit Shah said that Congress protested wearing black clothes on this day, whereas on this day PM Modi had laid the foundation stone of Ram Janmabhoomi. He said that Congress wants to give a message by demonstrating today that they oppose the foundation stone laying of Ram Janmabhoomi and want to carry forward the policy of appeasement. Amit Shah said that being a responsible party, Congress should cooperate with the law. They perform everyday. I believe that the Congress has increased the politics of appeasement with today’s protests. Amit Shah said that the Enforcement Directorate (ED) did not summon anyone today, but still they protested.
Congress leaders protest by wearing black clothes
Let us inform that the leaders involved in the demonstration of Congress against inflation and unemployment not only protested through slogans, marches, dharnas and banners. Rather, he expressed his resistance even by wearing black clothes. Leader of Opposition in Rajya Sabha Mallikarjun Kharge had also tied a black kurta and a safa of the same colour. The leader of the party in the Lok Sabha, Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury, was wearing black pants and a shirt. At the same time, Congress General Secretary KC Venugopal, senior leaders P Chidambaram and Deepender Singh Hooda were wearing black shirts as well as black caps. Some leaders, including party general secretary Jairam Ramesh, wore white clothes, although they protested by wearing a black band on their arm.