Tejaswai says there is an undeclared emergency under the Modi Govt

By India News Stream correspondent

Aug 13, 2018

New Delhi: Former Bihar deputy chief minister and RJD leader Tejaswai Yadav on Monday launched a scathing attack on the Narendra Modi Government and the RSS, saying that there was an undeclared emergency in the country in which those raising their voice against the wrong
were being targeted and a concerted attempt was being made to impose ”Nagpuria qanoon” ( Nagpurian law) on the country, greplacing the Constitution.

”Today people were living under fear.They were not sure about their security once they ventured out of home.Communal venom is being spread and people were being burnt alive but the government was a silent spectator,” Yadav said in his remarks
at the launch of a new Urdu daily ‘ Sach ki Awaz’ here on Monday evening.
The real challenge is not Modi but the Sangh mentality, because Modis may come and go, but our main fight is with Sangh ideology, he said.
The RJD leader said today his father Laloo Prasad and all other members of his family were being targeted and framed in false cases
because he never surrendered to such forces.He recalled that without caring for power, his father stopped the rath yatra of BJP leader LK Advani way back in 1992.
Earlier, Delhi Deputy chief minister Manish Sisodia also took pot shots at the Modi government, saying that under this government ”EVMs cannot be
examined but anyone’s fridge can be examined to see what it has got”
”It was high time that voice of truth was raised without fear as truth not spoken on time becomes history,” he said.
Editor of Sach ki Awaz Syed Faisal Ali in his remarks said his and his team’s endeavour through this Urdu daily would be to give expression to
people’s voices fearlessly.
The launch function was attended by a large number of distinguished people from media, bureaucracy and politics and academia besides various
other fields. Besides Yadav and Sisodia others who spoke on the occasion included NCP leader Tariq Anwar, veteran civil servants Afzal Amanullah
eminent jurist Dr Tahir Mehmud, Congress leader Shakeel Ahmad, former MPs Mohammad Adeeb and Ali Anwar etc.

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