New Delhi : Former Union Minister Subodh Kant Sahay on Monday called on the Prime Minister in the Satyagraha agitation on Jantar Mantar of the Congress Narendra ModiComparing him to Hitler caused unrest. As Sahay made controversial statements in front of all the senior Congress leaders, the media chief Jairam Ramesh immediately refuted Sahay’s statement and disassociated the Congress from Sahay’s views.
The BJP government at the center is a government that robs the people and is dictatorial. These people (BJP) have also gone through the entire history of Hitler. Hitler also created an organization called ‘Khaki’ within the army. The BJP government at the Center is also following in Hitler’s footsteps, said Subodh Kant Sahay. After that, addressing Modi, whoever goes the way of Hitler, will also die like Hitler, the controversial statement Sahay said. While talking to reporters about the statement made from the platform, Sahay tried to give an explanation. “Hitler’s death …” is an old phrase I was talking about, said Sahay.
Senior party leaders had joined the Congress agitation on Monday at Jantar Mantar. Sahay’s controversial remarks in the presence of Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot, Sachin Pilot, Adhir Ranjan Chaudhary and Salman Khurshid created an atmosphere of confusion in the Congress. After that the Satyagraha movement on Jantar Mantar was wrapped up.
The Congress immediately took note of former Union Minister Subodh Kant Sahay’s statement and distanced itself from the party. “The Congress party will continue to fight against the dictatorial ideology and anti-people policies of the Modi government. However, the Congress did not agree with the remarks made to the Prime Minister. The struggle of the Congress party will continue on the basis and way of Gandhian ideology, “tweeted Jairam Ramesh, head of the media department.
Former President of the Congress Rahul Gandhi The Congress staged agitation on Jantar Mantar on both Sunday and Monday against the probe by the Directorate of Recovery (ED) and the ‘Agneepath’ scheme of short-term recruitment. Sahay’s statement was regarding ‘Agneepath’ scheme.
BJP spokesperson Sudhanshu Trivedi responded to the Congress leader’s statement. Prime Minister Modi’s popularity is increasing day by day and the opposition’s hatred towards him is also increasing, Trivedi said. The BJP released a list of times when opposition leaders made offensive statements against Modi. Trivedi questioned whether the opposition had expelled the leaders who had made offensive statements against Modi.
ED interrogates Rahul Gandhi
Former Congress president Rahul Gandhi was questioned by the ED for the fourth time on Monday in the National Herald case. Last week, Rahul was interrogated for 30 hours from Monday to Wednesday. On Monday, Rahul Gandhi did not come to the Congress headquarters but went straight to the ED office. Party leader Ajay Maken criticized the ED’s approach to the inquiry. Maken also alleged that specific questions asked by the ED to Rahul Gandhi and the answers given by Rahul were being leaked to the media and that it was an attempt to discredit Rahul Gandhi.