Delhi Police tore my clothes: National Herald demurrers Congress leaders and workers disaccorded with Delhi Police this week amid demurrers over ED process to Rahul Gandhi and Sonia Gandhi.
Congress MP Shashi Tharoor late Wednesday night twittered a videotape of party coworker Jothimani professing’ brutal geste
Delhi Police tore my clothes: ‘and’ assault’ by Delhi Police during clashes with GOP leaders and workers in the public capital this week over Rahul Gandhi being summoned by the Enforcement Directorate in connection with the National Herald case. In the videotape Jothimani, who’s a MP from Tamil Nadu, addressed Lok Sabha speaker Om Birla and claimed the police tore her clothes, removed her shoes and dragged her down’ like a felonious’.
Tharoor, who’s the Congress MP from Kerala’s Thiruvananthapuram, slammed the’ outrageous’ assault and said it violated’ every Indian standard of decency’.” This is outrageous in any republic. To deal with a woman protestor like this violates every Indian standard of decency, but to do it to a Lok Sabha MP is a new low. I condemn the conduct of the Delhi Police and demand responsibility. Speaker Om Birla, please act!” he twittered with the videotape.
The 66-alternate videotape shows MP Jothimani sitting in what appears to be a police machine and she addresses the Lok Sabha speaker, claiming’ assault’ and harsh treatment by the Bobbies.
Delhi Police tore my clothes: “…For the first one hour we asked for water. There are eight women in the machine. We constantly asked for water but they refused. We tried to buy from outside but the police stopped people from dealing water to us. Is this way the police behaves? This can’t be permitted. Whether woman MP or woman or any person. No bone
Can be treated like this. Please take action.”
During the videotape Jothimani shows her torn clothes.
On Wednesday dozens of Congress leaders and workers protested in Delhi as Rahul Gandhi was questioned by the ED for a third successive day. Several, including ex Rajasthan deputy chief minister Sachin Pilot, were detained.
In an earlier tweet Tharoor hit out at the detentions and said” There is no mistrustfulness a political party has the right to protest an attempt to stifle the voice of its leader through vicious execution. The ruling party (the Bharatiya Janata Party) should flash back they weren’t treated this way!”
Delhi Police tore my clothes: The Congress has contended Delhi Police also stormed into party services on Delhi’s Akbar Road and, in a complaint filed Thursday morning, said they'( acted) without provocation, manhandling and attacking members who were present’.
Delhi Police has denied all similar claims by the Congress. Special CP (Law and Order) Sagar Preet Hooda has said fences had been thrown during clashes near the Congress’ office and, in sweats to restore order there’ might have been a conflict’. He police had entered the party services.