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Democracy dying in India: Rahul Gandhi slams central govt

The Congress is attacking the central government after the ED questioned Rahul Gandhi and Sonia Gandhi in the National Herald case. The Congress is today protesting against the central government for nationwide protests over inflation and unemployment.

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National Herald Case: The Congress is attacking the central government after the ED questioned Rahul Gandhi and Sonia Gandhi in the National Herald case. The Congress is today protesting against the central government for nationwide protests over inflation and unemployment.

Earlier, Rahul Gandhi attacked the central government during a press conference at the AICC headquarters.

Making a direct attack on the central government, Rahul Gandhi said that “dictatorship is increasing in the country. We are not allowed to speak in Parliament. Democracy is coming to an end. Dictatorship is increasing in the country. The Constitution is being flouted. We want to debate on issues like inflation and unemployment in Parliament, but we are not being allowed to speak.”

Congress leader Rahul Gandhi said, “today there is a dictatorship of only four people in the country. We want to discuss issues like inflation, unemployment, but we are thrown in jail. We are not being allowed to debate in Parliament.”

Rahul Gandhi said, all the institutions of Germany were in the hands of Hitler. He also used to win elections. Today all the institutions of India are in the hands of RSS. Give me the complete framework, then I’ll tell. “We are not fighting with just one political party. We are fighting with the entire infrastructure of India.

The Congress leader said, “how do you feel about the death of democracy? The democracy which was built in 70 years was destroyed in eight years. There is no democracy in the country today.”

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