Congress stages ‘Jawab Do Modi’ agitation, seeks PM’s reply on Pulwama allegations.

'jawab do modi' agitation
Congress workers staging demonstrations.

Gadchiroli April 18 (District Correspondent) The workers of the Congress Party staged ‘Jabab Do Modi’ agitation and held demonstrations at Indira Square of the city on Sunday seeking reply from the Prime minister Narendra Modi and the Government of India regarding the serious allegations levelled by senior BJP leader and former Jammu and Kashmir Governor Satya Pal Malik regarding the Pulwama incident.

A large number of party workers assembled at the square and shouted slogans against the government and demanded early explanation by the Prime minister into the allegations.

The allegation made by Mr. Mallick that he was given the offer of 300 crores to keep silence on the Pulwama blast issue is very serious and worrying in terms of corruption and security of the country. Malik also directly alleged that Prime Minister Narendra Modi told him to keep quiet when he pointed out that 40 jawans were killed in the Pulwama incident and that it was the fault of the government, alleged Mr. Mahendra Bramhanwade, District Congress President.

Why was Malik asked to remain silent on the statement that central government has committed an unforgivable mistake in the Pulwama incident? When a plane was requested to send Indian soldiers to another place, why was it rejected? From where did come the 300 kilograms of highly explosive RDX used in Pulwama incident? Was the Pulwama incident and the sacrifice of 40 jawans used by BJP and Narendra Modi to win the Lok Sabha elections? Why did Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh general secretary Ram Madhav offer Rs 300 crore to Malik?

These are the serious and very important questions the country wants to know, said the Congress leaders while speaking during the agitation.

The Prime minister should also answer the questions raised by Rahulji Gandhi about the connection between him and Adani? Who is responsible for the death of more than 750 farmers who died while protesting for the withdrawal of the three black agriculture laws that ruined the lives of farmers? Who is killing the farmers for Adani-Ambani in the name of crop insurance and looting public treasury? Are also the questions which the PM must answer, said the leaders.

District President Mahendra Bramhanwade, former MLA and General Secretary of Maharashtra Pradesh Congress Dr. Namdev Usendi, General Secretary of MPCC Dr. Namdev Kirsan, Regional Secretary Dr. Nitin Kodavate, City President Satish Viddate, Women Region Secretary Bhavna Wankhede, Women President Adv. Kavita Moharkar, Taluka President Vasant Raut, Wadsa Taluka President Rajendra Bulle, ex councilor Ramesh Chaudhary, OBC Cell Working President Diwakar Nisar, Scheduled Caste Cell President Rajinikanth Motghare, Cooperation Cell Vice President Abdul Panjwani, Shankarao Salotkar, Netaji Gavture, Pandurang Ghotekar, Samyya Pashula, Sunil Chadgulwar, Suresh Bhandekar, Anil Kothare, Kalpana Nandeshwar, Asha Meshram, Aparna Khewle, Vidya Kamble, Varsha Guldevkar, Bhaiyaji Muddamwar, Sudarshan Undirwade, Madhukar Naitam, Rajendra Kukdakar, Prabhakar Kubde and a large number of Congress  workers participated in the agitation.

Photo Congress workers staging demonstrations


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