To protest against the latest hike in fuel costs, Congress celebration workers in Uttar Pradesh’s Lucknow rode a bullock cart holding placards studying slogans against the Centre.
The police stopped dozens of protestors who engaged in a verbal argument with the cops for not permitting them to perform the protest. (Photo: India Today)
Congress workers rode a bullock cart to increase their voice against the latest hike in fuel costs. The protest was held in Lucknow as celebration workers carried placards studying slogans against the Centre.
UP Congress legislative celebration chief Aradhna Mishra, together with different celebration workers, have been seen driving a bullock cart close to the Uttar Pradesh state meeting to protest against the hike in costs of petrol and diesel. The celebration workers additionally raised slogans to goal the state authorities.
The police stopped dozens of protestors who engaged in a verbal argument with the cops for not permitting them to perform the protest.
The protesting workers have been later detained and brought away in a bus by the police from the spot.
Speaking to media, Congress legislative celebration chief Aradhna Mishra stated, “The farmers and the common people are already facing hardship due to the coronavirus outbreak and now the government is burdening them by increasing the fuel prices every day. The rise in prices of petrol and diesel has affected every section of society. We demand that the state government should appeal to the centre to reduce fuel prices. We will continue our protest against the central government until rollback of the increased prices.”
Earlier on June 25, Congress workers had staged one other protest against the fuel price hike in Lucknow. UP Congress chief Ajay Lallu and celebration workers have been detained after they began marching from celebration workplace in Mall Avenue in the direction of Vidhan Sabha with placards.
Samajwadi Party workers have been lathi-charged by the police final week for finishing up protests in Hazratganj space against the fuel price hike.