Friday, October 26, 2018

Congress to stage protests in front of CBI offices across country seeking Alok Verma's reinstatement



New Delhi: Congress president Rahul Gandhi can lead the party because it stages protests outside all CBI offices across the country on weekday, exacting reinstatement of CBI director Alok Verma, WHO has been sent inactive, And seeking an apology from Prime Minister Narendra Modi for "destroying" the image of the premier investigation agency.
Gandhi tweeted he can lead the party's protests outside the CBI headquarters in CGO complicated within the urban center.
"Tomorrow, outside CBI offices nationwide, the Congress party can protest the prime minister's disgraceful decide to prevent AN investigation into the Rafale scam, by removing the CBI chief. i will be able to lead the protests outside CBI head quarters in Delhi, at 11 am," he said.

In a letter to any or all Congress general secretaries, state unit chiefs and general assembly party leaders, AICC General Secretary Ashok Gehlot has asked them to carry demonstrations against the BJP government outside all CBI offices across the country.
"Senior Congress leaders can participate within the protest outside the CBI headquarters in Delhi, whereas state leaders can lead the demonstrations in their regions," Congress chief interpreter Randeep Surjewala aforementioned.
Gehlot in his letter aforesaid, "An black, unconstitutional and illegitimate removal of the CBI director by the Modi-Shah duo has shamed Bharat and its premier inquiring agency."
The prime minister is experiencing 'Rafale-o-Phobia' and "this terror of Rafale scam has semiconductor diode to the demolition of the CBI," he alleged.
"Taking robust objections to the current step by the govt, Congress employees can demonstrate outside CBI offices and highlight the general denigration of establishments like rbi, ED, CVC, EC, UPSC one when another by this BJP government," he said.
"Our demand ought to be to reinstate the CBI director. As per the law, he may be transferred solely with the consent of the appointing authority (comprising justice of Bharat, the prime minister and also the leader of Opposition). The prime minister ought to tender AN apology to the state for destroying the image of the premier work agency," Gehlot aforementioned.
The government sent Verma and Special Director Rakesh Asthana, WHO have defendant one another of corruption, inactive on Tuesday.
It conjointly transferred many CBI officers and appointed M Nageswar Rao because the interim chief of the agency.
Verma affected the Supreme Court Wednesday difficult the government's call. The apex court has in agreement to listen to his plea on Friday.


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