Shashi Tharoor Question To Delhi Police: Delhi Police recently sent a notice to Wayanad Congress MP Rahul Gandhi asking for information about rape victims. After this he gave this information to the police. Now the statement of veteran Congress leader Shashi Tharoor has come to the fore regarding this matter. He has questioned the Delhi Police on Sunday (March 19).
According to Hindustan Times, Shashi Tharoor has asked whether he expects to get actionable information after questioning Rahul Gandhi, while Rahul Gandhi has clarified that the women asked him not to make their testimony public or involve the police. requested. In fact, the Delhi Police has questioned Rahul Gandhi about the information for which Rahul Gandhi had said that during the Bharat Jodo Yatra, two women came to him and said that he was gang-raped.
Congress has condemned the action of Delhi Police regarding this matter. At the same time, Rahul Gandhi had called it unprecedented after his reply sent to the Delhi Police at 4 pm. Rahul Gandhi sent a 4-page reply regarding this matter and asked if this action had anything to do with his stand on the Adani issue inside and outside Parliament. He asked whether campaigns of other political parties, including the BJP, have ever been subject to such scrutiny or questioning. He also questioned the haste of Delhi Police’s sudden action.
What do the police have to say?
Taking cognizance of the social media post, the Delhi Police sent a questionnaire to former Congress president Rahul Gandhi and asked him to provide information about women who approached him with complaints of sexual harassment. According to the police, Rahul Gandhi had given a statement during the Srinagar phase of Bharat Jodo Yatra that I have heard that women are still being sexually harassed. Officials said that the police had asked the Congress leader to give details of these victims so that security could be provided to them.
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