This Congress leader’s statement, ‘If something happens to Sonia-Rahul, India will be set on fire,’ has caused a stir

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Sheikh Hussain, a Congress leader in Nagpur, Maharashtra, made inflammatory remarks against Prime Minister Narendra Modi. In connection with the case, a case has been filed at Nagpur’s ballast mine police station. Sheikh Hussain is accused of using derogatory remarks toward Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Last night, the police filed a FIR under sections 294 (obscene act) and 504 of the Indian Penal Code (intentional insult with intent to disturb peace).

Sheikh Hussain has also served as the Congress district president in Nagpur. He claimed that India’s unemployment rate is rising during a Congress rally the day before. Work to provide them with a job. Work to solve the farmers’ problems. Stop wasting your time. Else… Sheikh further stated that if Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi were to die, the country would be set on fire. Two Maharashtra government ministers were present when Sheikh made this comment. Let us know that a protest is being held in Delhi against the Enforcement Directorate’s interrogation of Congress leader Rahul Gandhi.

Sheikh Hussain was the Congress’s district president 15 years ago. They are currently without a position. On the stage, he has made a statement. According to reports, the large Congress leaders on the dais may have come to a halt. However, it did not come to a halt. No leader objected to Sheikh Hussain’s obnoxious statement in front of the people. These are hardly controversial comments, according to BJP spokesperson Shahzad Poonawala. It’s more of a threat. The people of Congress are out in force on the streets. We demand that serious measures be implemented. Is this a Congress satyagraha, he inquired? In Delhi, how far is it acceptable to set fire to barricades and break them down? Before the Enforcement Directorate, Rahul Gandhi is deafeningly quiet.