Smriti and Sonia protest against dispute: Alwar's women Congress leader said: Smriti cannot equal Sonia's equal

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Smriti and Sonia protest against dispute: Alwar's women Congress leader said: Smriti cannot equal Sonia's equal
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10:26 AM July 29, 2022
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Alwar Mahila Congress protested against the controversy between Union Minister Smriti Irani and senior Congress leader Sonia Gandhi. Smriti Irani burnt effigies and also warned BJP leaders. District Congress District General Secretary Lilly Yadav said that Smriti Irani worked as an actress before entering politics. Was dancing and singing. He was misbehaved in the affair of Sonia Gandhi. Everyone has seen in Parliament. Sonia Gandhi's husband has sacrificed for the country. His entire family has been sacrificing before independence. Smriti has misbehaved with him. While Sonia Gandhi did not even want to talk to him. Nevertheless, Smriti has deliberately misbehaved with Sonia Gandhi. There is opposition in the women's Congress of the entire country. His effigy has been burnt in Alwar. So that the high command of the BJP realizes the fault of his leader. The potential also Dahnamhila Congress District President Kamlesh Saini said that Smriti Irani has made indecent remarks on the woman despite being a woman. There is anger among the women of Congress on calling the Congress anti -women. This is not going to be tolerated. It is necessary to have dignity in the House. Otherwise, these women will be overshadowed by them. During this time a large number of women were present Copyright © 2022-23 DB corp ltd., All rights reservedthis website follows the DNPA Code of Ethics.

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