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ATUL GUPTA RAJOURI, JUNE 25 The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Rajouri Unit observed Emergency Day as Black Day today, marking the anniversary of the imposition of Emergency in India in 1975. The solemn event was attended by senior BJP leaders from the Rajouri District, who gathered to remember and condemn the actions taken during this period, which they described as a dark chapter in Indian democracy. Dinesh Sharma, District President of BJP Rajouri, led the meeting and strongly criticized the Congress Party for imposing the Emergency, which he referred to as an attack on democracy. "The Emergency imposed in 1975 by the Congress Party is a black spot on Indian democracy. We cannot forget the atrocities committed by Congress on innocent Indians during this period. That is why we are observing Emergency Day as Black Day," Sharma stated. "The Congress' politically driven decision to impose a state of Emergency had shaken the very pillars of democracy as it tried to trample over the Constitution given by B.R. Ambedkar", Dinesh Sharma added. Sharma further stated that the Emergency of 1975 is an unforgivable sin of Congress Party. Before the President's signature on the declaration papers, top national leaders like JP Narayan, Morarji Desai, LK Advani and AB Vajpayee along with hundreds of others had been imprisoned overnight". Senior BJP leader Rajinder Gupta also spoke on the occasion, emphasizing the long-term impact of the Emergency on India's political landscape. Highlighting the historical significance of this observance, Manzoor Naik, General Secretary BJP Rajouri, addressed the gathering with a powerful message. Pushpinder Gupta, BJP General Secretary Rajouri also spoke on the occasion and said said, "The arrogant and autocratic Congress government had suspended people's civil rights for 21 months for the sake of power to one family. Censorship was imposed on the media, the Constitution was amended, and even the judiciary was restrained."


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