Mumbai -18 May :- BJP threw democracy to power in Karnataka state In the absence of majority, BJP has murdered democracy by establishing power in Karnataka. BJP has demolished democracy. For the first time in the history of India democracy is ridiculed. The protest of ‘Lokshahi Savior Day’ – one-day signature protest movement has been organized by the Congress all over the country. Mumbai Congress chief Sanjay Nirupam said this while addressing the BJP’s ‘One-day sign-up movement’ against Azad Maidan, near the Amar Jawan Jyoti to protest BJP’s action. Maharashtra Pradesh Congress Committee president Ashok Chavan, former minister Suresh Shetty, former MP Eknath Gaikwad, former MLA Charan Singh Supra and MLA Bhai Jagtap were also present.
Sanjay Nirupam further said that BJP has taken all the government bodies into custody. All the government organizations are working under pressure from Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP national president Amit Shah. Their dadagiri and bullying are further tilted with all the institutions and machinery. In this case, the highest court has given us very good news this morning. The Supreme Court has ordered the BJP’s majority and the establishment of power to prove majority till tomorrow.
My Supreme Court is a salute. I really thank the Supreme Court. Thank you. We will prove to be the core majority of the Congress in Karnataka. We have full faith in the leadership of Congress President Rahul Gandhi. Gujarat elections and now in Karnataka elections, our Rahul Gandhi alone fought against the whole team of BJP. In front of Rahul Gandhi, Narendra Modi, Amit Shah and all his cabinet were all government machinery, even though Rahul Gandhi and Congress people voted with confidence and won so good seats.
People are fed up of BJP and their bullying, non-annihilation and full commercial class with GST are upset, unemployment has increased. Farmers are committing suicide. Suicides are happening in Mantralaya. Therefore, all of us must be ready for the coming elections and start preparations for more quick preparation. Sanjay Nirupam has instructed the workers to work.