The agitation, named ‘100 Days Modi Fail’, seeks to ‘expose’ the ‘gap’ between the promises made by the Modi government and its actual achievements, Youth Congress President Rajiv Satav said.
The Youth Congress workers staged demonstrations outside the resident of Home Minister Rajnath Singh, Krishi Bhawan Rail Bhawan and other places.
Satav said that the protests will continue for two more days.
"We had earlier sought a permission to hold a protest at Jantar Mantar 20 days ago, which was denied," Satav said.
The Youth Congress has also created a hashtag on Twitter "#100DaysModiFails" on which they seek to give a blow-by-blow account of the agitation.
"We condemn the #Lathicharge on #Youth Congress peaceful agitation at #Railbhawan. Hundreds of workers injured," the Youth Congress said on its Twitter handle.
Thorough the tweet "IYC exposes under-delivery of ModiSarkar. 100days-100 ceasefire violations! Modi's solution-a part time defence min!", the Youth Congress attacked the Modi government over its defence policy.
In other tweets, they said, "Youth congress protesters arrested on their way to protest outside Rajnath's house. Taken to parliament  police station...Outside residence of Rajnath Singh, Krishi Bhawan and Rail Bhawan."
The protest by the Youth Congress workers come days after a war of words in the AICC between young AICC secretaries and seniors with the former ‘ruing’ that the elders are not doing enough in taking an aggressive stance against the BJP government and instead giving media statements blaming party leadership.

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