Congress steps up attacks on Anurag Thakur
Dharamsala: Upping the attacks on Anurag Thakur for "creating a scene" and trying to "disrupt law and order" at the Vigilance bureau office here, Congress on Friday said the BJP MP should refrain from behaving like a child.
"Without being summoned, he (Anurag) should not have entered the Vigilance bureau premises here and stage a political drama and disrupt law and order," Himachal Pradesh Urban Development Minister Sudhir Sharma and Chief Parliamentary Secretary Neeraj Bharti said in a statement here today.
Anurag appeared at the office of the State Vigilance and Anti Corruption Bureau in Dharamsala in connection with a land case along with a group of supporters raising slogans against the state government on Friday, though the date of appearance had been rescheduled to October 31.
All these are gimmicks and these are not going to help the BJP MP, the ministers said, adding Anurag should realise that no one is above the law.
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