Jyotiraditya Scindia Implicates Congress of Endangering Democracy

Jyotiraditya Scindia Implicates Congress of Endangering Democracy

On Monday, Union Civil Aviation Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia severely criticized Congress leader Rahul Gandhi, accusing the party of jeopardizing India’s democracy.

“This is now clear that Congress will leave no stone unturned to reach a new low and to play with India’s democracy. They are doing everything to stay politically relevant. This is not a fight for democracy but an individual. Any criticism of this falls short,” Scindia said while talking to the media professionals.

He also added, “A special honor is being given to Rahul ji by the Congress. When he went for bail, he took the entire army of leaders. If this is not an attempt to pressure the court, then what is? In the last few days, Rahul Gandhi and the Congress party is putting pressure on the judiciary and how they have threatened it and made his personal legal fight into a democratic legal fight”.

The Union Minister remarked that the political party in question was acting in a disruptive manner in order to maintain their relevance. Scindia further noted that Gandhi was not the first Member of Parliament to be disqualified from the Lok Sabha.

In response to Mr. Scindia’s remarks, Mr. Adhir Chowdhury, Member of Parliament for the Congress Party, stated that the former should provide justification as to why the Congress Party’s demand for a Joint Parliamentary Committee investigation into the purported Adani affair is flawed.

On Monday, the Surat Sessions Court accepted Mahatma Gandhi’s appeal against his conviction in a 2019 criminal defamation case that resulted in his expulsion from Parliament.

The complainant asserted that a contentious statement was articulated at a gathering in Kolar, Karnataka, prior to the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, that has caused the Modi community to be defamed.


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