The Country Has Not Forgotten The Tortures Of Emergency – Shivraj Singh Chauhan

The Country Has Not Forgotten The Tortures Of Emergency – Shivraj Singh Chauhan

June 25, 2020 Off By Virendra Yadav

Recalling the Emergency, Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh Shivraj Singh Chauhan has said that even today the country has not forgotten the cruel tortures of the Emergency.

Chief Minister Chauhan on Thursday tweeted, “The country has not forgotten those cruel tortures of emergency even today, but the country will move forward.” With the resolve that nation upliftment is our first religion. A humble tribute to the feet of the great souls who emitted their lives to save the soul of India. ”

Recalling the passion of the people of the country, Chauhan said, “This country, colored with diverse colors and ideas, has never bowed nor will it bow.” There will be no emergency impulses, nor will it be a perverted mindset. Congressmen still consider themselves as special, this sense of thinking of others as common and special is not changed, so this country will change them. The Emergency came into force on the same day in 1975. “

Chief Minister Chauhan has also shared a few lines of the poem of the poet Nagarjuna. These lines were about to attack Indira Gandhi. Nagarjuna had written, “You were shocked by the blood of the students, someone was hurt by you, you thought even lighter than a flower, you committed the sin of murder, Induji, Induji, what happened to you!”

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