New Delhi: Congress is protest at petrol pumps across the country on Friday against the rising prices of petrol and diesel. It was announced a day ago by the Congress party.
In Delhi alone, Congress is protesting at a dozen places. Congress leaders are protesting by riding a horse cart.
According to the protesting Congress leaders, the people are fed up with the continuous increase in the prices of petrol and diesel. Due to which the Congress is protesting against the government by taking to the streets.
Slogans are also being raised against the government by Congress workers standing outside the petrol pump. Not only this, they are registering their protest with play cards in their hands.
Protests against Congress leaders Shakti Singh Gohil and KC Venugopal at a petrol pump on Delhi’s Feroz Shah Kotla Road.
During this, he also rode on a horse cart and raised his voice against the rising petrol and diesel prices.
Congress leader Shakti Singh Gohil said that despite crude oil being cheap all over the world, the loot that is going on from the citizens of our country.
We are doing a symbolic demonstration about this and want to ask what are you doing?
Congress workers said that petrol and diesel became expensive again by 28 paise today. Similarly, petrol became costlier by Rs 26.25 and diesel by Rs 24.46 per liter in the last 13 months.
The government has to control these prices immediately, because the government is continuously working to rob the people.
In fact, according to the Congress, when the price of crude oil has fallen to $ 76 per barrel in the international market, then the price of petrol is reaching up to Rs 100 per liter.
In Delhi, on Rs 95 per liter of petrol, the Modi government is charging about Rs 33 as excise duty and the Kejriwal government Rs 22 as VAT.
At Rs 85 per liter, the central government is charging Rs 32 excise duty and the Kejriwal government is charging Rs 13 as VAT tax.
In view of this nationwide demonstration of Congress, Delhi security system was increased at petrol pumps.
Delhi policemen were deployed at petrol pumps in Delhi to keep the situation under control.