DTI News

April 13, 2024
English हिन्दी

Arvind Kejriwal Expresses Support for Rahul Gandhi Amid Opposition Crackdown

NEW DELHI: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has spoken out in support of Rahul Gandhi, former President of the Indian National Congress, after his membership in Parliament was cancelled. In a tweet, Kejriwal criticized the current government’s efforts to create a one-party rule in the country by eliminating opposition parties. He expressed concern over the current state of democracy in the country and urged all citizens to come together to save the country from the grip of dictatorship.

Kejriwal’s statement comes amidst a crackdown on opposition leaders in India. Rahul Gandhi’s membership was cancelled after he allegedly violated COVID-19 protocols during a protest in Parliament. This move has been widely criticized by opposition leaders, who have accused the government of suppressing dissent and curbing democratic freedoms.

Kejriwal’s appeal to the countrymen to unite and save democracy highlights the growing concern over the state of democracy in India. Many believe that the current government is increasingly becoming authoritarian and is actively working to silence opposition voices.

The statements by Kejriwal and other opposition leaders are a reminder that democracy is a precious right that must be defended at all costs. The people of India must remain vigilant and speak out against any attempts to suppress their voices and curtail their freedom. Only by standing together can they protect the values that make India a vibrant and diverse democracy.

Latest News, National, Political Buzz, Top Tags:, , , ,

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.