No vendetta, Delhi Police met Rahul Gandhi only to perform their duty: BJP
The BJP on Sunday rejected the Congress’ charge of vendetta against the government, saying the Delhi Police was only performing its legitimate duty by seeking to meet Rahul Gandhi as it wanted details about women victims of various crimes. which he had mentioned.
BJP spokesperson Sambit Patra said that Rahul Gandhi had met women during his Bharat Jodo Yatra and talked about sexual harassment.
He said that the police should have information about such incidents and hence the Delhi Police has followed the legal process and sought to meet the Congress leader for details.
Mr Patra took a jibe at the Congress, saying the party was now crying foul over legitimate police action “democracy is in danger”.
BJP’s IT department head Amit Malviya also targeted the opposition party.
“Rahul Gandhi had claimed that he had met women who told him that they were raped and molested, but did not get justice. Delhi Police is seeking details, but Rahul did not. Assuming that he Didn’t lie then, it shows his weak commitment towards ensuring justice,” he said.
Delhi Police on Sunday reached Congress leader Rahul Gandhi’s residence in connection with the notice issued to him over his “women are still sexually harassed” remarks made during his Bharat Jodo visit.
The Congress on Sunday condemned the Delhi Police’s action against Rahul Gandhi, calling it the worst case of “political vendetta” and “harassment”, and said the Center was setting a wrong precedent by registering such cases against political opponents. Used to be.
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