Cong sends Constitution reproduction to PM Modi, asks to ‘read it’

Cong sends Constitution reproduction to PM Modi, asks to ‘read it’

Congress raised the pitch against Citizenship Amendment Act on the 71st Republic day on Sunday by way of sending a copy of the Constitution to Prime Minister Narendra Modi and taking  a dig at him saying, “when you get time off from dividing the country, please do read it”.

The Opposition celebration additionally tweeted the movies of Congress president Sonia Gandhi, former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, former birthday party chief Rahul Gandhi and ordinary secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra analyzing the Preamble from a protest Assembly at Rajghat recently.

The Preamble of the Constitution describes India as Rs Sovereign Socialist Secular Democratic RepublicRs   with the Congress interestingly looking for to emphasize the time period 'Secular'.

"Dear PM, The Constitution is achieving you soon. When you get time off from dividing the country, please do read it. Regards, Congress," the birthday party tweeted along with the image of an amazon receipt which noted that the copy of the Constitution was being dispatched to the Central Secretariat.

In every other tweet, the Congress stated a lesson the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has failed to understand is that all persons no count number creed, caste or gender are guaranteed equality before the regulation under Article 14 of the Constitution.

"It is this article that is completely violated with the aid of the Government's Citizenship Amendment Act," the birthday celebration said.

"It is essential to take into account that it is enshrined in our Constitution that all persons are covered from discrimination of any form. Therefore, any try to draft legal guidelines based on discrimination areunconstitutional," it said.

Both Rahul  and Priyanka prolonged their greetings to the humans on the occasion of the Republic Day.

In a message on the eve of the Republic Day, Sonia Gandhi urged human beings on Saturday to upward push above non-public prejudices and stand united to defend the Constitution and its values, claiming that they are being attacked through a "deep-rooted" conspiracy.

"A deep-rooted conspiracy has been hatched to set a discourse to divide countrymen based on religion, regionalism and language as also to subvert and undermine the Constitution. An unprecedented surroundings of disturbance, fear and insecurity has been foisted upon the country.

"The common citizen is satisfied that the constitutional values are no longer safe in the fingers of the present dispensation," she had said.

Meanwhile, senior Congress leader P Chidambaram  known as for raising the "level of protests", announcing "as lengthy as freedoms are denied to any quantity of people, the whole populace is denied freedom".

Greeting the people on the occasion of 71st Republic Day, he said the soul of the Constitution lies in the freedoms guaranteed in phase three of the document.

These freedoms were given via the humans unto themselves and no Government can take them away, the former domestic minister stated in a collection of tweets.

"Remember that nowadays as we think of the 70 lakh humans of the Kashmir valley whose freedoms have been taken away, such as these in custody for over six months barring     charges. Add to that the outrageous charges, including sedition, slapped against hundreds of protesters by way of the authoritarian Government," he said.

"As lengthy as freedoms are denied to any part of the people, the entire of the population is denied freedom," Chidambaram tweeted, adding, "As we increase the flag today, let us additionally raise the stage of protest." two two