In the wake up of the murder of a Delhi Police constable in Vijay Vihar area, Congress o Tuesday accused Home Ministry of "failing" to provide safety and security to Delhiites and alleged that law and order situation has gone "out of control" in the national capital.
Delhi Congress on Monday accused the Home Ministry of "total failure" in maintaining law and order situation in Delhi, saying that killing of the constable reflected the poor security situation in the national capital.
Scores of Congress workers and leaders on Sunday held a protest here demanding immediate resignation of Union Minister Prakash Javadekar accusing him of forcing Doordarshan to go for live telecast of RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat's speech from Nagpur two days ago.
A day after the Aam Aadmi Party sought President Pranab Mukherjee's intervention in not allowing Lt Governor Najeeb Jung to invite BJP to form a government in Delhi, Congress, too, said that they will protest against the BJP on the issue of government formation in Delhi.
Terming the Rail Budget presented by Union Railway Minister Sadananda Gowda as "useless", scores of Congress workers led by DPCC chief Arvinder Singh Lovely Tuesday staged a protest outside the minister`s residence here.
As the national capital continues to reel under long hours of power outages, the Congress led by its Delhi unit chief Arvinder Singh Lovely held protest on Tuesday against the Centre for not taking any step in this regard.
Tasked with rebuilding the party after its severe drubbing in Assembly and Lok Sabha polls, Delhi Congress chief Arvinder Singh Lovely on Sunday said he will soon have a "new-look" team which will be a combination of young and experienced.
Congress leaders Arvinder Singh Lovely, Dr. Naresh Kumar and Sajjan Kumar, who have been leading a vociferous protest against the water and power crisis in Delhi, have been released after being detained for an hour by the Delhi police in Nangloi.
As the national capital reels under sweltering heat with frequent power outages and water crisis, a Congress delegation led by its Delhi unit chief Arvinder Singh Lovely Monday held Chief Secretary SK Srivastava and two other officials hostage for two hours at the Delhi Secretariat here.
Talking tough as he readies a revival strategy for the party in the national capital, Delhi Congress Chief Arvinder Singh Lovely on Sunday said senior leaders Kapil Sibal, Ajay Maken and Sandeep Dikshit as well as other MPs were themselves responsible for their humiliating defeat in the city and not the central leadership.
Delhi Congress on Saturday hinted at exploring the possibility of an alliance with "secular" parties for elections for mayors and deputy mayors` post in all the three municipal corporations in the city.
In a tit-for-tat measure, Delhi Congress on Sunday kick started an `expose-all` campaign against former chief minister Arvind Kejriwal, whom it accused of abandoning the national capital at the mercy of bureaucrats to further his own political ambitions.