Leaders will court docket arrest if ‘vendetta’ continues: Punjab Congress
Jalandhar, June 13
As AICC chief Rahul Gandhi appeared earlier than the Enforcement Directorate (ED) workplace in New Delhi in reference to the Nationwide Herald case, the Punjab Congress management staged a protest exterior the company’s workplace in Jalandhar on Monday.
The protest was led by Pradesh Congress Committee chief Amrinder Singh Raja Warring, who accused the BJP of utilizing numerous workplaces below the Centre, together with the ED, Directorate of Income Intelligence and Earnings Tax, to “victimise and suppress” the Congress management.
“They (NDA authorities) have been doing so for eight years now since they got here to energy. If use of such stress techniques continues in opposition to our management, we are going to court docket arrest to lodge our protest and struggle in opposition to injustice,” he stated talking at a dharna, which continued for over 4 hours. Warring additionally accused the state authorities of utilizing Vigilance on related strains to browbeat Congress leaders.
Bholath MLA Sukhpal Khaira requested the BJP why no such case had come up in opposition to its personal leaders. “From the PDP to AIADMK, all events have needed to face the wrath of central businesses on the behest of the BJP. Even I’ve been their sufferer. The ED couldn’t make any restoration from my place throughout raids and nonetheless I needed to stay behind bars for 70 days.
“I confronted it boldly, however some Congress leaders maybe couldn’t and needed to be a part of the BJP. We have to differentiate between corrupt leaders and vendetta politics,” he added.
Former minister Aruna Chaudhary and Gurkirat Kotli, MLAs Sukhwinder Kotli, Vikramjit Chaudhary, Bawa Henry, Pargat Singh and Hardev Laddi and ex-spokesperson Dr Navjot Dahiya had been amongst these current.
Will struggle injustice
The NDA govt has been doing this for eight years now because it got here to energy. If use of such stress techniques continues in opposition to our management, we are going to court docket arrest to lodge our protest and struggle in opposition to injustice. — Amrinder Singh Raja Warring, PCC chief