Congress pioneer Priyanka Gandhi Vadra was today confined momentarily and afterward permitted to continue to Agra to meet the group of a man who purportedly passed on in police care. Subsequent to halting Priyanka at the Lucknow-Agra Expressway refering to orders of the Agra District Magistrate, the Uttar Pradesh Police allowed her and three others to continue to Agra.
This was the second time this month that the Congress chief was kept from heading out to meet groups of survivors of brutality, the first being in the outcome of the Lakhimpur Kheri viciousness that killed eight.
Arun Valmiki, a sterilization specialist blamed for taking Rs 25 lakh from the Jagdishpura police headquarters here, passed on in police care after his wellbeing weakened during cross examination. The police guaranteed he was taken to clinic, where specialists announced him dead.
“Arun Valmiki kicked the bucket in police care. His family is looking for equity. I need to proceed to meet the family. What is the UP Government scared of? For what reason am I being halted? Today is the Jayanti of Bhagwan Valmiki. The PM discussed the goals of Lord Buddha, however the UP Government is assaulting those very beliefs,” Priyanka said prior, asking the police what likely rule of peace and law disturbance her visit to a lamenting family could cause.
Recently, UP Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath had likewise said nobody would be permitted to “play with the law”.
After she was confined at the police lines following a huge jam along the interstate, Lucknow Police Commissioner DK Thakur said, “Priyanka Vadra has nor been arrested, nor captured. Since monstrous groups had accumulated along the street and development of traffic was being hampered, she was first asked to one or the other go to her party office or her home. At the point when she disagreed, she was shipped off the police lines.”
Refering to her major right to free development, she said, “In case I am at my office, it is fine; in case I am at my home, it is fine, however the second I need to travel anyplace in UP there’s an issue. I will go to Agra,” she said, a day after the Congress declared 40% seats for ladies in the impending UP races.