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Rahul Gandhi asked to vacate bungalow, black protest by 17 opposition parties

Rahul Gandhi sent notice to vacate the Tughlaq Lane bungalow in 30 days. Also, a black joint protest was held by 17 opposition parties against the disqualification of Rahul Gandhi.

The 17 opposition parties also demand JPC for Gautam Adani.  Meanwhile, over the globe protests are being held for Rahul Gandhi’s disqualification.  Global top news channels such as The New York Times, The Guardian Australia, The Washington Post, Al-Jazeera, CNN Brazil, Telemundo, RFI, BBC News and many other major world media agencies have covered  Rahul Gandhi’s disqualification.

The Congress stated that Rahul Gandhi’s questions on Gautam Adani such as the relation between Adani and PM Modi, why did the prime minister make Adani such a big capitalist, his questions on the number of times PM Modi took Adani abroad, and why did Gautam Adani visit the same countries after the prime minister visited them?  With this series of questions posed by Rahul Gandhi, the Congress say Prime Minister Modi was uncomfortable and thus, this was the real reason why Rahul Gandhi was expelled.

Congress said:  “The compromise of our democratic system in order to protect one businessman reveals to whom PM Modi is indebted.  Only a JPC probe will bring out the truth!”  But the BJP is unwilling to bring out a Joint Parliamentary Committee probe for the shell companies of Gautam Adani.”

Financial Times report claimed “offshore companies linked to the Adanis” invested about $2.6 billion in the group between 2017 and 2022. Adani had also called off the Rs 20,000 crore FPO which a Forbes report had claimed was bought into by the group.

Sonia Gandhi leads ‘Black’ protest in Parliament; both Houses adjourned amid sloganeering
The Rajya Sabha was adjourned till 2 pm while the Lok Sabha was adjourned till 4 pm.

The Rajya Sabha was adjourned till 2 pm while the Lok Sabha was adjourned till 4 pm.

They were sloganeering over the Adani Group issue and Rahul Gandhi’s disqualification.

The MPs wear black in protest.  Congress MPs wore black clothes to Parliament on Monday in protest against Rahul Gandhi’s expulsion from the Lok Sabha.  Besides the Congress MPs, there were several other opposition leaders who also chose to wear black.  They were sloganeering over the Adani Group issue and Rahul Gandhi’s disqualification.

Meanwhile, opposition members attended a meeting called by the Leader of the opposition Mallikarjun Kharge in his chamber earlier in the day and weighed on a joint strategy in the House.

The opposition parties which participated in the meeting include DMK, Samajwadi Party, JD(U), Bharat Rashtra Samithi, CPI(M), RJD, Nationalist Congress Party, CPI, IUML, MDMK, Kerala Congress, TMC, RSP, AAP, J-K NC and Shiv Sena (Uddhav faction).

Trinamool Congress MPs also participated in the meeting which came as a huge development following Rahul Gandhi’s suspension as MP from Lok Sabha.

Indians gathered near Mahatma Gandhi’s statue in Parliament Square in London to protest against #RahulGandhi’s disqualification.

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leader Rahul Gandhi’s speeches in the UK that “democracy in India is under threat” created quite a stir.
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Rahul Gandhi, who had been a lawmaker for 19 years, was disqualified from the Lok Sabha on Friday, a day after a Surat court convicted him in a criminal defamation case for a remark he made ahead of the 2019 general elections.

Congress leader Rahul Gandhi has been asked by the Lok Sabha House Committee to vacate his Tughlaq Lane bungalow provided to him in his capacity as a member of Parliament, people familiar with the matter said.

Never before in the history of any country has a national leader who is a member of parliament been disqualified by a lower court for a remark he made in the 2019 general elections.

The Wayanad MP was disqualified on Friday, a day after a Surat court convicted him in a criminal defamation case for a remark he made ahead of the 2019 general elections about the Modi surname. If the conviction holds, Rahul Gandhi will not be allowed to contest an election for the next six years.

This act is defined by many Indians as a fascist act, unfair and done without allowing the high court or supreme court to intervene.

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