Rahul Gandhi's cycling to protest against fuel price hike

Rahul Gandhi's cycling to protest against fuel price hike

Opposition holds 'breakfast meeting' to surround government

New Delhi / Correspondent

Opposition groups were aggressive in protest of the Pegasus law, new agricultural laws and fuel price hikes. Congress leader Rahul Gandhi rode a bicycle to protest the fuel price hike. Opposition MPs also met to discuss holding a parallel parliament against the government under his leadership. This is the second meeting of the opposition this week.

Rahul had driven a tractor a week ago to support the farmers' agitation against the agriculture laws. Today, he cycled to protest the fuel price hike. He appealed to other MPs to join the initiative. "By going to Parliament on a bicycle, we can draw the government's attention to the issue of petrol and diesel price hike," he said.


A meeting of opposition leaders led by Gandhi was also held today to decide on an aggressive strategy against the government in the Pegasus case. The meeting also discussed agricultural laws, farmers' agitation and the government's failure to address the Corona situation. The meeting was attended by NCP's Supriya Sule, Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut, Trinamool Congress' Mahua Moitra, Dravida Munnetra Kalagham's Kanimozhi along with Rashtriya Janata Dal, Samajwadi Party, Marxist Communist Party and Communist Party of India and several opposition MPs attended. The meeting expressed the need for the opposition to remain united to fight the BJP government's anti-citizen policies and anti-democratic actions.

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