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Congress Party conducting public awareness campaign against inflation in Mira Bhayandar

Everyday three such nukkad sabhas for next 15 days will be organized in the twin city of Mira Bhayandar

As the central government has hiked the prices of petrol and diesel, the rates of essential commodities have been skyrocketing. For which, Congress party has decided to conduct public awareness campaign against the union government for recently hiking the prices and inclining the rate of inflation.

“Rising domestic gas prices have worsened women’s economic arithmetic or household budget. Businesses have shut down due to which young people are without jobs resulting unemployment,” said Pramod Samant, President, Congress local unit.

Samant said that the central government was trying to hold the general public hostage by raising prices during the Corona pandemic. He was speaking during the one of the campaign at Bhayandar West.

The campaign will run for 15 days started on November 14, the birthday of Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru. Everyday three nukkad sabha will be organized in the twin city.

Prakash Nagne, Congress spokesperson, criticized the Modi government for selling the country to keep some industrialists happy while farmers, labourers and workers are agitating on the streets.

Mr. Nagne informed that the Congress party conducting this type of anti-inflation campaign in the entire state. “We will also hold a massive and aggressive awareness campaign in Mira Bhayandar city under the guidance of former MLC Muzaffar Hussain in coming days,” he added.

In another rally, Siddhesh Rane of Youth Congress also criticized the Modi government. Party corporators Ashraf Sheikh, Merlyn D’sa, S A Khan (Mushtaq) also expressed their views against the central government.

Congress workers like Farid Qureshi, Saheblal Yadav, Mahendra Singh, Anwar Khan, Aanchal Mishra and others expressed their views against inflation and protested against the central government. Working President Rauf Qureshi, all cells, district and block office bearers were present.

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