Netizens say KPCC president DK Shivakumar, Siddaramaiah and other Congress leaders have made a mockery of social distance practices in Karnataka’s anti-fuel protests. These should be booked under the Epidemic Diseases Act-1999 Act.
Petrol and diesel prices have risen for the 22nd time in the last three weeks. Congress has launched a nationwide protest against the fuel price hike and demanded immediate reversal of the price hike. The party has complained that the price of crude oil has risen more than a fraction, but the BJP government is looting people with high tariffs across the country.
Congress tweeted photos and videos of the rally
DK Shivakumar brought a chakra from his home to the KPC office to take part in the protest against the petrol and diesel price hike. KPCC President, former Chief Minister Siddaramaiah and party leaders and workers were present. Later, the Congress tweeted photos and videos of a huge rally of people in Karnataka in protest.
The Congress captioned the photo and video, “INC Karnataka workers, led by PCC President Shri DK Shivakumar and former CM, Siddaramaiah, protest against the BCP government’s unnecessary hike in fuel prices. # SpeakUp Eugene FuelHike. “
Many on Twitter were outraged when they saw a huge protest rally without any distance from the social media system. Some of them said that Congress was protesting against a real cause, but that such a huge rally was not necessary. Others say the Congress is looking at Karnataka after successfully spreading COVID-19 in Maharashtra. DK Shivakumar, Siddaramaiah and other leaders should be prosecuted under the Epidemic Diseases Act-1999.
Sameer Dixit: Imophyldixit
Where is the social distance? You have all broken the rules and everyone should be booked under the Epidemic Diseases Act-1897
Manoj Kumar @ Emprasun 7
After successfully spreading the Kovid crisis in Maharashtra, the Congress party has turned its attention to Karnataka. যাWhat is important for INCIndia is the Kingdom. India should come forward to applaud for them
Sabita @ sawi_m
Yes breaking the rules of social distance and not wearing the mask properly
Suresh @ Spoozer2
There is no social distance, no masked corona is giving big speeches … now the members themselves are not following it
Sathya Ramdas: Sathya 43012042
The ideas and concerns are real … what is the need for such a large crowd at the moment #Kovid19Karnataka. Let’s take a look at how much we’re going to contribute to this calculation
Siddharth Sinha @ siddsin79
Wow how much social distance is happening at the moment …. what a great way to spread your #china virus india great initiative by িয়ারINCIndia to spread #china virus in the country .. ব্র RahulGandhi from Bravo and his team of #ChineseAgents