Besides the UPA constituents, the Left Parties and the Trinamool Congress declared they will protest against rising fuel prices; the September 10 ‘Bharat Bandh’ called by the Congress will become another platform of opposition parties to show their strength against the Narendra Modi government.
The Congress has announced the Bharat Bandh against the rising prices of petrol and diesel along with essential commodities, the party accused that the government had increased the excise duty on the crude oil products, which will further escalate the fuel prices.
The main opposition party also criticised Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Union Ministers for their silence on the fuel prices and decline of the Rupee against the Dollar.
The Congress said ‘it is not a call by the Congress party, but the people of the nation’ against the government and requested all the opposition parties to join hands. Read More
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