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No place for intolerance in ‘Gandhi’s’ India: Congress


New Delhi: Strongly condemning the ink attack on Jammu and Kashmir independent MLA Engineer Rashid, Congress leader Rashid Alvi on Tuesday, urged the government to look into the rising instances of intolerance in the country.

“This is Gandhi ji’s India, this is India of his dreams. This is not India of RSS’s or Togadia’s dreams. I strongly condemn the ink attack (on Engineer Rashid). The government should seriously look into these matters. The situation has worsened in the last one and a half years and we do not know what might happen in next three and a half years,” Alvi told ANI.

The Shiv Sena activists had stormed the BCCI office in Mumbai and disrupted a meeting with PCB to decide on India-Pakistan cricket series yesterday.

The BCCI has rescheduled the meeting for today in the national capital. (ANI)

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