GadchiroliJuly 9 (District Correspondent) Congress workers staged demonstrations on Saturday in the city to protest against the BJP ruled central government’s suppressive approach towards Congress leader Rahul Gandhi.
The Congress workers assembled at Indira Gandhi square of the city under the leadership of District President Mahendra Bramhanwade and Maharashtra Pradesh Congress General Secretary and district in-charge Dr. Namdev Kirsan and shouted intensive slogans against the government.
Mr. Rahul Gandhi has always raised his voice regarding the problems of farmers, laborers, common poor people and other sections of the society regarding the various burning issues of the people and the country. That is why he has been fabricated into false defamation cases under the pressure of the government to suppress his voice, said Mr. Bramhanwade while speaking on the occasion.
Dr. Namdeo Kirsan and other senior leaders also spoke during the agitation and condemned the government’s repressive attitude towards Rahul Gandhi. The congress workers will not tolerate this sort of repression and will continue to raise its voice against the government policies, they warned.
City President Satish Vidhate, Women President Advt. Kavita Moharkar, Employment Cell President Damdev Mandalwar, OBC Cell Working President Diwakar Nisar, Consumer Cell President Bharat Yerme, Teachers Cell President Dattatray Kharwade, District Vice President Netaji Gavture, Taluk President Vasant Raut, District Secretary Sunil Chadgulwar, Senior Congress leader Prabhakar Wasekar, Pandurang Ghotekar, Ex-Councilor Gulab Madavi, Mahadev Bhoyer, Harbaji More, Employment Cell Working President Pushpalata Kumre, Prateek Barsinge, Bhayyaji Muddamwar, Rakesh Ratnawar, Suresh Bhandekar, Subhash Dhait, Purushottam Sidam, Bandopant Chitmalwar, Srinivas Tatpalliwar, Dhivru Meshram, Dnyaneshwar Porte, Yogendra Jhanjal, I. B. Sheikh, Deepak Ramane, Arun Punyapareddiwar, Ramesh Dhakate, Rupesh Nandankar, Praful Amborkar, Vasant Satpute, Nikesh Kamidwar, Javed Khan, Aparna Khewle, Asha Meshram, Kalpana Nandeshwar, Mangala Kovey, Vandana Dhok and a large number of Congress functionaries and many other workers were present on the occasion.