Case Filed Against Rahul Gandhi in Assam for 'Violence', Action Taken on CM Himanta's Instructions

Jan 23, 2024 - 13:13
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Case Filed Against Rahul Gandhi in Assam for 'Violence', Action Taken on CM Himanta's Instructions

New Delhi: Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma announced on Tuesday that a case has been registered against Congress MP Rahul Gandhi and other party leaders for 'violence, incitement, and assault'.

"In reference to the arbitrary acts of violence, provocation, damage to public property, and assault on police personnel today by Congress members, an FIR has been filed against Rahul Gandhi, KC Venugopal, Kanhaiya Kumar, and other individuals under sections 120(B)143/147/188/283/353/332/333/427 IPC R/W Section 3 of the PDPP Act," he stated in a tweet.

This incident marks a new turn in political deadlock and has sparked fresh debates in political discussions. Further details on the proceedings of this case are yet to be revealed.

Chief Minister Sarma further stated, "Such behaviour leads to chaos in democracy and damages public property. We cannot tolerate this, hence appropriate legal action is being taken." He added that this case was essential for maintaining peace and law and order in the state.

As of now, there has been no official response from the Congress Party on this matter. Congress supporters and other political analysts have viewed this move as political vendetta and contrary to democratic values.

Notably, this case has also stirred controversy on social media, where people are expressing their opinions. Some view it as an attack on freedom of expression, while others see it as compliance with the law.

This incident has brought a new twist to political discourse, and everyone is keenly watching the outcomes that will follow."

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