Union Home Minister Amit Shah tweeted one after the other and said that on this day in the year 1975, Congress killed the world’s largest democracy by imposing emergency on the country in the interest of power and arrogance.
New Delhi. B J P the leaders emergency On Friday, on its 46th anniversary, the Congress strongly condemned and remembered the “Satyagrahis” who raised their voice against the Emergency. It is noteworthy that from 25 June 1975 to 21 March 1977, Emergency was in force in the country for a period of 21 months. Indira Gandhi was the Prime Minister of the country at that time. Union Home Minister Amit Shah tweeted one after the other and said that on this day in the year 1975, Congress killed the world’s largest democracy by imposing emergency on the country in the interest of power and arrogance. He said, “Innumerable Satyagrahis were imprisoned overnight in jail dungeons and locked the press. Taking away the fundamental rights of the citizens, made the Parliament and the court a mute spectator.
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The senior BJP leader said that the Emergency imposed to quell the voices against one family was a dark chapter in the history of independent India. He said, “Salute to the sacrifice and sacrifice of all the countrymen who fought relentlessly for the protection of the constitution and democracy of the country while suffering the brutal torture of ruthless rule for 21 months.” BJP President JP Nadda said that in the year 1975. It was on this day that Congress declared emergency for political interests, which is a black spot on the great democracy of India. He said, “I bow to all those Satyagrahis who, despite suffering horrific torture, opposed the Emergency, and cherished the faith of democratic values.” Information and Broadcasting Minister Prakash Javadekar tweeted, “Congress The name is hypocrisy. Today, the Congress, which talks about freedom of expression, imposed emergency in the country and all freedom ended.
Union Minister Nitin Gadkari described the Emergency as the darkest day in the country’s democratic history and said, “Crores of the people of the country fought with all their might to protect democracy. He suffered torture and went to jail. My salute to all those defenders of democracy.” Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan tweeted that the Congress, which gave the slogan of “Garibi Hatao”, had committed the grave sin of snatching the morsel of the poor by imposing emergency. During that time every voice raised for truth was persecuted. Targeting the Congress, he said, “Time is strong. Time changed its course and those who snatched the power of the people by imposing emergency themselves remained powerless and nowhere.
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