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NDA govt weaponising Central agencies to decimate Congress

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Gidugu Rudra Raju, member of the Congress Working Committee (CWC) and former president of the Andhra Pradesh Congress Committee (APCC), has levelled serious allegations against the BJP-led NDA government, accusing it of attempting to dismantle the Congress party’s presence in the country.
Raju highlighted what he perceives as unprecedented measures being taken by the NDA government, suggesting that such actions have not been witnessed since India gained independence. He criticized the BJP’s governance, labelling it as among the worst the country has experienced.
The former MLC issued a press release on Saturday, lambasting the Union Government for freezing the bank accounts of the Congress party. Raju emphasized the progress India made across various sectors during the Congress’ tenure in power.
Moreover, Raju accused the Central government of misusing national-level agencies like the Enforcement Directorate (ED), the Income Tax Department, and the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) for political ends. He alleged that these agencies are being weaponised against the Congress party to serve the BJP’s political interests.
Raju asserted that the BJP’s agenda is to economically weaken the Congress party, exemplified by the freezing of its bank accounts. He suggested that these actions are strategically timed with the upcoming general elections, accusing Prime Minister Narendra Modi of attempting to stifle opposition voices.
Expressing concern over rising inequalities during the NDA’s tenure, Raju referenced data from the World Inequality Lab, indicating a disproportionate accumulation of income and wealth among the top 1 per cent of the population. He warned of potential social unrest if these trends persist.
Raju concluded by urging voters to support the Congress and its alliance parties in the forthcoming elections, arguing that true freedom and equality can only be achieved under their leadership.

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