On Sunday, Rahul Gandhi, the Congress party’s leader, sent a brief response to the Delhi Police, promising a more thorough response in the next 8-10 days. According to ANI, he reportedly asked police if any other ruling party leaders who had participated in a similar campaign (the Bharat Jodo Yatra) had been asked similar questions.
According to ANI, Gandhi responded that he hoped the police action had nothing to do with his positions on issues in Parliament and elsewhere, including the Adani case.
“A preliminary response has been received from (Congress MP) Rahul Gandhi, but no information has been shared by him that can advance the investigation,” the Delhi Police said after receiving the Wayanad MP’s response.
Earlier in the day, police arrived at Rahul Gandhi’s Delhi home after receiving a notice demanding information about the women who reported “sexual harassment” while meeting with him during his Bharat Jodo Yatra in Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir.
Rahul Gandhi, the Congress leader, was seen leaving his home after meeting with Delhi police officials.
The Congress leader issued the 10-point response hours after a Delhi Police team knocked on his door for the third time in five days.
According to PTI, Rahul Gandhi’s initial response, sent just before 4 p.m., called the police action “unprecedented” and asked if it had anything to do with his position on the Adani issue taken both inside and outside of Parliament.
According to the report, Gandhi questioned the Delhi Police’s haste in making two visits in as many days 45 days after his speech in Srinagar.
An outraged Congress reacted angrily to the news, claiming that the move would not have been possible without the directive of Union Home Minister ‘Amit Shah.
Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot has stated that Amit Shah, the country’s home minister, has directed police to Rahul Gandhi’s home. He put it this way: “It would be illegal for police to enter Amit Shah’s home without his consent. The police still showed up at Rahul Gandhi’s house after he said he would respond to the notice.”
According to reports, Congress spokesman Pawan Khera was barred from entering the street that leads to Rahul Gandhi’s home.
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