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Parliament hits back at Shah for tying party protests to anniversary of Ram temple

New Delhi: Parliament on Friday hit back at Home Minister Amit Shah for linking the party’s protests to the Lahm Temple’s National Day, calling democratic demonstrations against the price hike “distract, distract, polarize and spite.” “It’s a desperate attempt to add a certain twist,” he said.

“Only a sick mind can produce such bogus arguments. Clearly the protests are home!” parliamentary secretary-general Jairam Ramesh tweeted.

The Shah spoke to reporters outside parliament this evening, linking the protests of black-clad parliamentary leaders over the issue of rising prices and unemployment to the party’s “appeasement” politics, and on this day by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Communicated opposition to the Lam Temple Foundation that was laid. 2020.

Ramesh said the home minister’s desperate attempt to “distract, distract, polarize and viciously twist” the party’s protests against rising prices, unemployment and the Goods and Services Tax (GST). argued sharply.

The Shah said the construction of the temple is now in full swing and that the parliament is against the construction of the temple. He said the Enforcement Bureau’s actions against its leaders and the issue of rising prices were just an excuse.

Black-clad Congressional leaders took to the streets on Friday to protest rising prices and unemployment, with many including Rahul Gandhi and Priyanka Gandhi Vadra performing outside Congress and AICC headquarters here. detained by the police during a violent confrontation.

Members of parliament, including former party leader Rahul Gandhi, staged a protest at the parliament complex, followed by Rashtrapati Bhavan, as part of the party’s nationwide move against higher prices, higher GST on essential goods and unemployment. started marching towards

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