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Congress leaders are furious over the interrogation of Rahul Gandhi at the Enforcement Directorate (ED) office in the National Herald case. In Delhi, party leaders demonstrated in front of the ED office. The fire of this protest also reached Mumbai and Maharashtra. In Nagpur, a Congress leader Sheikh Hussain used abusive words for PM Modi in Nagpur, to which the BJP has objected.
Maharashtra BJP has registered a case against the Congress leader at Gittikhadan police station in Nagpur. A case was filed against him under sections 294 and 504 of IPC last Tuesday night.
Sheikh Hussain lost consciousness
Congress leader Sheikh Hussain was addressing a program in Nagpur. In his speech, he said that PM Modi is not doing what he should be doing. The government is only harassing the Congress leaders unnecessarily. He said that if anything happens to Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi, they will set the country on fire. During the speech, his words deteriorated and started using words like Narendra Modi’s death.
Maharashtra government’s Energy Minister Nitin Raut and Relief and Rehabilitation Minister Vijay Wadettiwar were also present on the stage when the Congress leader was delivering this speech. Sheikh Hussain has been the former Congress President of Nagpur city.
BJP said – Congress leaders have become violent
The BJP has objected to this statement of the Congress leader. The party has accused Sheikh Hussain of deliberately insulting the PM. BJP leaders said that Hussain has no right to speak against PM Modi. Congress leader Hussain stooped to a low level by using abusive words for the Prime Minister. If they are not arrested within 24 hours, they will launch a vigorous agitation.
BJP leader Shahzad Poonawalla said – Congress people have become violent. Now they are threatening to kill even the PM. After all, how are they talking about demonstration in the name of Mahatma Gandhi? Non-violence is associated with Mahatma Gandhi and these people are doing violence.
Sheikh Hussain does not regret his statement
Sheikh Hussain said that I do not regret what I said. I had commented on PM Modi only as a phrase. He said that my statement is being misrepresented. I said a phrase. What I said as an idiom is being twisted.