Pune: Congress Party Protests Against Central Government For Raid On BBC Government

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Navi Peth, 15th February 2023: The Income Tax (IT) Department conducted a raid on the offices of BBC news channel and website in Delhi and Mumbai, which resulted in public condemnation from opposition parties across the country. The central government was criticized for this action, and the repercussions of the raid were also felt in Pune, where a silent protest was held outside the office of the Pune Union of Working Journalists.

Led by Congress Party City President Arvind Shinde, the protest was organized to show solidarity with the media group and to condemn the central government for their action. Shinde alleged that the raid was an attempt to silence the media and limit freedom of expression. He also claimed that the government was buying out channels and jeopardizing democracy.

The protest was a peaceful demonstration, with participants holding placards and raising slogans against the government. The incident has sparked concerns about press freedom in the country, with many expressing worry about the government’s increasing control over the media. The Congress Party has demanded an explanation from the government, and the incident is likely to be a topic of discussion in the upcoming parliamentary sessions.


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