“Centre’s pet agency”: Mehbooba hits out at NIA, hails Rahul Gandhi

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Srinagar: Former Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir, Mehbooba Mufti on Saturday hit out at the National Investigation Agency (NIA) after it summoned farmer leader Baldev Singh Sirsa.

The premier investigating agency summoned the president of Lok Bhalai Insaf Welfare Society (LBIWS) which is one of the unions participating in talks with the Government over the new farm laws, in connection with a case registered against a leader of the outlawed outfit, Sikhs for Justice (SFJ).

In a tweet, she said the Centre had “unleashed” its “pet agency” – the National Investigation Agency (NIA) – on farmer unions protesting against the three farmer laws.

“GOIs pet agency NIA is now being unleashed on farmer unions. The rot that has set into India’s premier terror investigative agency can be gauged from the manner in which they are fabricating charges on Kashmiris, farmers & those who dare to dissent,” Mufti said.

She also said that history will remember Congress leader Rahul Gandhi for standing up to the “present dictatorial regime”,

Taking to Twitter handle, Mufti said it is a fact that “new India is in the grip of a select few” and Gandhi is the only politician who dares to speak the truth.

“Ridicule Rahul Gandhi all you want but he”s the only politician who dares to speak the truth. Its a fact that new India is in the grip of a select few & crony capitalists. History will remember him for standing upto the present dictatorial regime (sic),” the Peoples Democratic Party President said.




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