Congress begins the tirade against Narendra Modi government from the very first day of the winter session. Congress President Sonia Gandhi while paying tribute the B.R. Ambedkar, criticized BJP govt for growing intolerance.
Attacking the Modi government during the debate on commitment to India’s constitution, she said: “Whatever we have seen for the past few months, it is against the values of constitution.” “Today is a day of happiness but there is also pain. The principles that inspired (us) for decades, a danger is lurking over them. They are being deliberately attacked,” she said.
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Sonia Targets Government, Says Constitutional Principles Attacked
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Not An April’s Fool Joke! Bihar To Impose Liquor Ban From April 1
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India-Pakistan Agree To Play Bilateral Cricket Series In Sri Lanka: Reports
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