Congress angry over Delhi Police interrogation of Srinivas, accused of harassment in Red Raj
The politics of the Delhi Police on the questioning of Youth Congress President V. Srinivas on Friday, got heated up. The Congress has directly blamed the Central Government for this inquiry as an attempt to insult those who are helping humanity.
The politics of the Delhi Police on the questioning of Youth Congress President V. Srinivas on Friday, got heated up. The Congress has directly blamed the Central Government for this inquiry as an attempt to insult those who are helping humanity. The party said that instead of playing the monarchy of protecting the people who lost their lives in the havoc of Corona, the central government is running the Red Raj against the helpers.
Helpers being strangled
At the behest of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah, the head of the Congress Media Department, Randeep Surjewala, accused the police of stating that if the Delhi Police had to ask anything under the guise of a PIL of the High Court, then the notice should have been issued earlier and the crime should be told Not the helpers should have been strangled. Due to lack of oxygen, people have been losing their lives for the past several weeks.
Life-saving medicines are missing and cannot be found even in Delhi. Then the youth Congress workers and Srinivas have helped people by working hard at the call of Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi, gathering one thing each. Foreign embassies even sought help from the Youth Congress.
Surjewala said that the works of Youth Congress and Srinivas are being appreciated all over the world but the government is trying to strangle these helpers in a brutal manner which is against Indian culture and sensitivity. Even if the government files a lawsuit and puts it in jail, the Congress workers will not back down and not be afraid to help the people.
Surjewala questioned that the police have questioned Youth Congress President Srinivas, Delhi Pradesh Congress President Anil Chaudhary and former Congress MLA Mukesh Sharma, but why the Delhi Police did not interrogate their prominent leaders by going to the offices of BJP and RSS.