“Congress held democracy hostage” – an emergency was imposed by strangling the constitution

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“Congress held democracy hostage”
Indira declared a state of emergency by strangling the constitution
BJP celebrated Anti-Emergency Black Day
Democracy defender Panna Yadav honored
Samvad news agency
Siddharthnagar. Nationalist activists from Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh and the Legal Auxiliary Organization as well as the BJP continued to fight with sticks and bullets despite the repression by Congress. The greeting to such brave sons and their struggles should be carried on.
MP Jagdambika Pal said these things. He spoke to a virtual program organized on Friday’s Anti-Emergency Black Day. On June 25, 1975, the then Prime Minister Indira Gandhi is said to have strangled democracy and the constitution and declared a state of emergency in the country. The killer of democracy, Congress, made democracy hostage to Congress not just in 1975 but many times for its own personal interests, by dismissing state governments and enforcing presidential rule over the state. He was the defender of the district’s democracy. Dhanraj Yadav, Mr. Ramrekha Yadav, Mr. Udaynarayan Pandey, Mr. Jagdish Pandey, Mr. Udaynath Tiwari, etc. fought many struggles for the restoration of democracy and often the prison tortures were corrected. The President of the BJP, Govind Madhav, said that on that day in 1975, Congress declared a state of emergency out of political interests, which is a black mark in the great democracy of India. In the end, Pannalal Yadav, an advocate of democracy, was honored with a corpse. SP Agarwal, Omprakash Yadav, Kanhaiya Paswan, Ajay Upadhyay, Nitesh Pandey, Laxmikant, Jagdish, Mahendra Lodhi, Upendra Singh were present.

“Congress held democracy hostage”

Indira declared a state of emergency by strangling the constitution

BJP celebrated Anti-Emergency Black Day

Democracy defender Panna Yadav honored

Samvad news agency

Siddharthnagar. Nationalist activists from Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh and the Legal Auxiliary Organization as well as the BJP continued to fight with sticks and bullets despite the repression by Congress. The greeting to such brave sons and their struggles should be carried on.

MP Jagdambika Pal said these things. He spoke to a virtual program organized on Friday’s Anti-Emergency Black Day. On June 25, 1975, the then Prime Minister Indira Gandhi is said to have strangled democracy and the constitution and declared a state of emergency in the country. The killer of democracy, Congress, made democracy hostage to Congress not just in 1975 but many times for its own personal interests, by dismissing state governments and enforcing presidential rule over the state. He was the defender of the district’s democracy. Dhanraj Yadav, Mr. Ramrekha Yadav, Mr. Udaynarayan Pandey, Mr. Jagdish Pandey, Mr. Udaynath Tiwari, etc. fought many struggles for the restoration of democracy and often the prison tortures were corrected. The President of the BJP, Govind Madhav, said that on that day in 1975, Congress declared a state of emergency out of political interests, which is a black mark in the great democracy of India. In the end, Pannalal Yadav, an advocate of democracy, was honored with an Angavastra. SP Agarwal, Omprakash Yadav, Kanhaiya Paswan, Ajay Upadhyay, Nitesh Pandey, Laxmikant, Jagdish, Mahendra Lodhi, Upendra Singh were present.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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