Congress Protest: Congress leader Digvijay Singh has hit back at Amit Shah. On the issue of inflation and unemployment, the Congress on Friday had protested across the country wearing black clothes. The BJP has made many allegations regarding the nationwide performance of the Congress. Union Home Minister Amit Shah has targeted the Congress. Amit Shah has linked the black clothes of Congress leaders to the Ram temple being built in Ayodhya. Responding to this, senior Congress leader Digvijay Singh said that our fight is against the anti-people policies of the government.
Digvijay Singh wrote by tweeting
Digvijay Singh has tried to surround Amit Shah by taking the name of RSS. He has also written by tweeting that Amit Shah ji, you may not have started your political life with RSS. Otherwise you wouldn’t mind the black color so much. What color cap does an RSS volunteer wear? Black, made some sense. Digvijay Singh further tweeted and wrote that the policies of the Modi government are completely opposite to the imagination of Ram Rajya. The condition of the people is suffering due to the short-sightedness of the government. That is why Lord Ram is also with the Congress fighting for the rights of the people.
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Demonstration linked to Ram temple
Home Minister Amit Shah saw the entire performance of the Congress by linking it to the Ram temple. Because all the Congress leaders had protested against the government wearing black clothes. Amit Shah says that on this day PM Modi had laid the foundation stone of Shri Ram Janmabhoomi temple. That’s why Congress has been protesting for appeasement. The name of Ram temple is being taken on the pretext of inflation and unemployment.
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