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P Chidambaram’s Rib Fractured. Pushed By Cops, Says Congress Leader.

P Chidambaram suffered a fractured rib through the Delhi protest

New Delhi:

Congress chief P Chidambaram suffered a fracture in his left rib after he was pushed by Delhi Police through the get together’s protest in Delhi at this time. Mr Chidambaram was amongst hundred of Congress leaders and employees who protested exterior the Enforcement Directorate’s Delhi workplace as get together chief Rahul Gandhi got here for questioning by the probe company in an alleged cash laundering case linked to National Herald newspaper.

Mr Chidambaram tweeted he was fortunate to get away with solely a suspected hairline crack.

“When three big, burly policemen crash into you, you are lucky to get away with a suspected hairline crack. Doctors have said that if there is a hairline crack, it will heal by itself in about 10 days. I am fine and I will go about my work tomorrow,” Mr Chidambaram tweeted.

His colleague, Randeep Surjewala, mentioned one other Congress chief, Pramod Tiwati, was thrown on the highway and he suffered a head damage.

“Modi government has crossed every limit of barbarism. Former Home Minister P Chidambaram was hit by police, his glasses were thrown on the ground, he has a hairline fracture in his left rib. MP Pramod Tiwari was thrown on the road. He has head injury and rib fracture. Is this a democracy?” Congress spokesperson Randeep Surjewala mentioned in a video assertion that he tweeted.

Apart from Mr Chidambaram, Rahul Gandhi was accompanied by get together leaders Priyanka Gandhi Vadra, Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot, Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel and others.

In different states, Congress leaders and employees additionally took to the streets, accusing the central authorities led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi of “trampling on democracy”. Hundreds were detained in the national capital after they tried to march to the Enforcement Directorate office despite heavy barricading.

The questioning of senior Congress leaders and the Gandhis is part of the Enforcement Directorate’s investigation to understand the shareholding pattern, financial transactions and role of the promoters of Young Indian and Associated Journals Ltd.

The probe agency recently filed a fresh case under the criminal provisions of the Prevention of Money Laundering Act, or PMLA, after a trial court took note of an Income Tax Department probe against Young Indian Pvt Ltd on the basis of a private criminal complaint filed by BJP MP Subramanian Swamy in 2013.

The Congress party had called the Enforcement Directorate’s action “vendetta”.

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