Monday, October 15, 2018

Congress workers show black flags to Vijay Rupani to protest against attacks on Hindi-speaking migrants

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Lucknow: Congress staff on Sunday tried to point out black flags to Gujarat chief minister Vijay Rupani to protest attacks on Hindi-speaking migrants within the state. Some party staff tried to point out black flags to Rupani once his procession was passing through the VIP guest house space here. They were, however, prevented by police.

Congress media organiser Rajiv Bakshi claimed that black flags were shown to Rupani by the party's youth wing staff, United Nations agency conjointly raised slogans against him. He aforesaid that a hundred and fifty party staff were detained by police however were later free. Rupani reached the metropolis this night to ask province chief minister Yogi Adityanath for the launch ceremony of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel's 'Statue of Unity' at Narmada bank in Gujarat on thirty one Gregorian calendar month. Rupani and Adityanath can address a joint group discussion on weekday.

Non-Gujaratis, particularly those hailing from province and province, were reportedly targeted in many elements of the state following the arrest of a province native for allegedly raping a 14-month-old lady earlier this month

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