The release of the convicts has been the subject of much debate in India, and Congress condemned the court decision as "totally unacceptable" and "completely erroneous."
India's apex court allowed the release of the six convicts, citing their "satisfactory conduct" in prison and the fact that they had already served over three decades behind bars.
When asked about the MPs being manhandled, Rahul said, "That is fine. I'm happy to be manhandled. Our job is to resist these forces, our job is to make sure that Indian democracy is protected."
Gandhi, who arrived in Kathmandu on Monday evening to attend a wedding of his Nepalese friend, Sumnima Udas, had previously stayed at a five-star hotel in Kathmandu.
"Just as Gandhiji fought the British Raj, we are today embarked on a battle with the very ideology that killed Gandhi. This ideology has delivered inequality, divisiveness and the erosion of our hard-won freedoms in the past eight years."
Along with the Modi regime’s alleged failures, the Bharatiya Janata Party’s hate politics figures as a major theme of the speeches Congress leader Rahul Gandhi who is currently on a 150-day march across the entire length of India, covering a distance of more than 3,500 kil0metres on foot. The march began last week at Kanyakumari
Congress leader Rahul Gandhi is leading the Bharat Jodo Yatra — a 3,570 km foot march. The footmarch that began in Tamil Nadu’s Kanyakumari is currently traversing through Kerala and would enter Karnataka by the end of this month. The foot march from Kanyakumari to Kashmir will be completed in 150 days and cover as many as
Once again one of the oldest political parties Congress has failed to create an impact at the recently concluded Assembly Elections in five Indian states. The ruling party BJP as expected did a very good job in most of the states, while a rather young
Will the 2024 Lok Sabha elections see a turnaround in the fortunes of the Indian National Congress, which has been down and out since 2014? This is a question that arises as the party is in the process of re-inventing itself. Speaking after a meeting of the Bharatiya Janata Party’s national executive a few