HPCC president Sukhvinder Singh Sukkhu said the protest would last two hours and all ministers, MLAs, state party office-bearers and other senior leaders would participate in the 'silent protest'.
The protest would be against the 'politics of vendetta' unleashed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the agenda of BJP president Amit Shah to make India Congress-free, he said.
Sukkhu criticised the CBI raids at the office of Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Keriwal's Principal Secretary and claimed that it was for the first time in the country when a democratically-elected government was targeted by the investigating agency at the behest of the NDA leadership.
"We are opposed to all kinds of politics of vendetta whether at the Centre or in the states as it was negation of democratic values and traditions", he said, adding that even Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh was humiliated by the CBI, which raided his residence on the day of wedding of his daughter.
Sukhu said his party has taken permission from the local administration to hold protest on December 14 and ridiculed the BJP for seeking probe into the incident.

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