Congress and Pakistan Hold Protests on Indian Republic Day

Congress holding demonstrations in Maharashtra state. Photo: Congress
Congress holding demonstrations in Maharashtra state. Photo: Congress

As India is celebrating its Republic Day today, a major Indian political party Congress – which is facing existential crisis – held major demonstrations in Maharashtra state to oppose the BJP government headed by Prime Minister (PM) Narendra Modi.

According to the Maharashtra unit of Congress, the party has organized #SaveConstitution rally to protect the values of Indian Constitution, as the “autocratic BJP government wants to tamper with the very fundamentals of the Constitution.”

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While the Congress party lacks leadership and original thoughts that could help the suffering Indian masses, the party’s single-point agenda is to attack BJP and PM Modi’s policies. The party did not elaborate how BJP is spoiling the Indian Constitution.

Like Congress, Pakistan has also reported that Kashmiris on both sides of the Line of Control and across the world are observing Indian Republic Day as a Black Day.

According to an official Pakistan communique, the people belonging to Kashmir – which is a disputed territory between India and Pakistan – are holding protests against India’s continued denial of their right to self-determination.

Photo courtesy: Congress

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