Yechury tweeted, 'Delhi Police works under BJP's Central Government and Home Ministry. His illegal and illegal acts reflect the character of the BJP's top political leadership. They are afraid of opposition questions and peaceful demonstrations and want to stop us by misusing power.
He said, 'Our constitution not only gives us the right to hold peaceful demonstrations against all kinds of discriminatory laws like CAA, but it is also our responsibility. We will continue the work of opposition. The BJP government came to terms with its antics. We defeated the Emergency. Will also deal with this emergency.
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Targeting the Modi government, the CPM leader said, 'This Modi government is not only afraid of questions in Parliament, it is afraid to hold press conferences and to reply to RTI – be it Modi's personal fund or to show his degree . All the unconstitutional policies and unconstitutional measures of this government will continue to be opposed.
56 people died in Delhi violence. There is a video of poisonous speeches, why are they not being processed? Because the government has ordered that the opposition be wrapped up, either way. This is the real face, character, tricks and thinking of Modi and BJP. There will be opposition.
– Sitaram Yechury (@SitaramYechury) September 12, 2020
Yechury asked why action is not being taken against those giving poisonous speeches. He said, '56 people died in Delhi violence. There are videos of poisonous speeches, why are they not being processed? Because the government has ordered that the opposition be wrapped up, either way. This is the real face, character, tricks and thinking of Modi and BJP. It will be opposed.
On this matter, senior Congress leader Jairam Ramesh asked the nominated people to unite. He said, 'It is worse than brutality. I express complete solidarity with the people named in the charge sheet. They are more great patriots than the traitors in power. '
On the other hand, Congress national spokesperson Randeep Singh Surjewala said, “If telling the truth is a crime, if exposing hatred is a crime, if opposing rioters is a crime, if it is a crime to support the right, then all of us in the charge sheet Nominated and sent to jail.