Sonia Gandhi & Manmohan Singh Arrested During Congress's ‘Save Democracy’ March
Congress president Sonia Gandhi, party vice-president Rahul Gandhi and former prime minister Manmohan Singh were briefly arrested at the Parliament Street police station during their ‘Save Democracy’ march. They were later released.
The party is agitating against what it calls the ‘anti-democratic’ policies of the BJP.
In recent months, the Congress has alleged that there has been sustained efforts by the BJP to destabilise Congress-led governments in states like Arunachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand. While Arunachal saw a change in leadership, the latter hill state is under President’s Rule at the moment. The BJP, on its part, has pointed to the intense factionalism within the Congress for what has transpired in the two states.
The two parties have also sparred in the current session of Parliament over the AgustaWestland issue.
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