Rahul issue: PM burnt in effigy, massive protests across Wayanad for 2nd day


Thiruvananthapuram:Protests towards the disqualification of Congress chief Rahul Gandhi from Parliament continued for the second day on Saturday in Kerala’s Wayanad Lok Sabha constituency with indignant Congressmen burning Prime Minister Narendra Modi in effigy at Kalpetta.

Police had a tricky time controlling the protestors, who, led by social gathering MLA from Kalpetta (Wayanad) T.Siddique, tried to barge into the BSNL workplace.

At Kalpetta, the protests turned violent when indignant Youth Congress employees clashed with the police and after they have been being moved, agitators led by Siddique tried to cease them.

Later, Siddique and different leaders have been arrested and brought to the police station.

The protesters raised anti-Modi slogans and related protests have been seen throughout the Lok Sabha constituency at facilities like Sulthan Bathery, Mananthavady and smaller cities.

A number of girls additionally participated within the protests and in locations, the police and the protestors have been seen taking up one another.

Comparable protests have been witnessed in a number of different districts and on the Thiruvananthapuram Company Council assembly, the Congress employees raised the problem and shortly got here sturdy opposition to it from the BJP members.

In the meantime, the Congress in Wayanad is ready for Rahul Gandhi’s letter to the individuals of his constituency.

New Delhi: Congress chief Rahul Gandhi arrives to handle a press convention after being disqualified from Lok Sabha membership, at AICC headquarters in New Delhi on Saturday, March 25, 2023. (Picture: IANS/Wasim Sarvar)

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