India

Welfare Party Concerned Over “Unconstitutional Attitude” of Government

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New Delhi: Welfare Party of India (WPI) has criticized the government’s attempt to put restrictions on holding peaceful protest in capital.

S.Q.R. Ilyas, General Secretary of WPI said in a press statement that the Government has adopted “unconstitutional attitude” both inside and outside parliament. “The government has lost its balance and this imbalance is on display time and again. We saw it when they ousted Baba Ramdev and we saw it now,” he added.

Ilyas too invoked the “emergency days” and demanded that the government must find a necessary balance that strengthens the constitutional rights.

He also called the government’s version of the Lokpal Bill as “toothless that defeats the every purpose it is meant for,” and demanded a comprehensive anti-graft law.

WPI has also demanded the release of that all companions of Anna Hazare detained.

 

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