Indian National Congress chose August 5 for protest against price hikes, GST and unemployment because on this day, PM Narendra Modi laid the foundation stone of Ram Janmabhoomi, said Amit Shah. Taking a dig at years old Congress, Union Home Minister Shah said, " they want to give a subtle message to further promote their appeasement politics". Meanwhile, Delhi police detained many leaders and imposed section 144 in Delhi.
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Sonia Gandhi Appears For ED Investigation In National Herald Case, Congress Calls Nationwide Protest
Congress President Sonia Gandhi appeared before the Enforcement Directorate (ED) for questioning in the National Herald Case, on July 21. This is the first time, Gandhi appeared for investigation, after being summoned by the agency, in the 2015 Money Laundering Case. Besides Sonia Gandhi, Rahul Gandhi, and Mallikarjun Khagre were also summoned by the ED. Meanwhile, calling the move "Vendetta Politics" Congress leaders decided to hold… read-more
The ongoing anti-Agnipath protest resulted in interruption of train services for people, across India. Due to the nationwide protest against the new Army recruitment scheme, approximately 491 trains, including 229 mail express and 254 passenger trains were disturbed in functioning, informed Indian Railways, on June 20. Furthermore, trains in routes of Ghaziabad, Delhi, Punjab, Mumbai and other regions, were cancelled, on June 20, due to the… read-more
Analysing the cases of doctors being assaulted by their patient’s relatives, the Indian Medical Association (IMA) has announced to hold protest on June 18. The protest led by doctors will be organised under the slogan 'Save the Saviours'. "It is responsibility of the government to ensure the safety and security of frontline workers who… read-more
The protesting farmers observed a nationwide 'Resistance Day' on May 26th against the anti-farm laws. Reportedly, efforts are being to mark six months of continuous protests against the farm laws at the Delhi border. Burning PM Modi’s effigies in many villages in Punjab, farmers marchin with black flags were also seen in Tur and Amritsar. A women-led protest in Ludhiana gave 'We will fight, we will win' slogan.
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Farmers' union Samyukta Kisan Morcha on February 1 announced to stage a nationwide 'chakka jam' on February 6 to stand against the internet ban along the farm protest site. Reportedly, the farmers will block the state and national highways across the nation for three hours, stressing on revocation of the three farm laws. Addressing the meeting, the leaders also discussed on the farmers' arrests at R-Day tractor rally and barricading of roads… read-more
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The eighth round talks between farmers' representative and Centre on January 4 has yet again failed to break the impasse. The talks were inconclusive as the farmers' representatives stuck to their demand for repealing the laws, while the government persuaded to discuss the issues. Meanwhile, the farmer unions' representatives, stated that the protest would continue until the laws are revoked. The next meeting is scheduled for January 8.
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Amidst the nationwide protests against the new 'farm bills', Congress has launched a social media campaign 'Speak Up For Farmers'. Congress leader Rahul Gandhi took to Twitter, urging people to raise their voices against the "exploitation of farmers by the Modi government." Congress claims that the bills are passed to benefit "crony-capitalist friends of BJP", and will have detrimental impact on the farmers.
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The All India Congress Committee held a meeting on September 21, as per the instructions of the party chief Sonia Gandhi. The special committee took a decision to launch a series of 'nationwide protests' against the Farmer's bills. The protests will begin after a press conference on September 24, in all the state headquarters. However, the party members will organize at least three protests on the streets that will go on till October 10.… read-more
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Pakistan’s major opposition parties formed an alliance and asked the PM Imran Khan to resign immediately. The alliance, ‘Pakistan Democratic Movement', adopted a 26-point resolution, and will organise nationwide protests against the PM. It blamed him for instability and compromising the internal affairs of the country. It also demanded for fresh and fair elections. Earlier, former PM Nawaz Sharif, who is on exile, extended his support to the… read-more
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