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Rahul Gandhi Replies To Cops

Congress leader Rahul Gandhi submitted a preliminary response to Delhi Police on Sunday, stating that he will provide a detailed response in the next 8-10 days. In his response to police, he reportedly asked if any other ruling party leader who had carried out such a campaign (Bharat Jodo Yatra) had ever been asked similar questions as he was, news agency ANI reported citing sources. 

According to ANI, Gandhi stated in his response that he hoped the police action had nothing to do with the positions he took in Parliament and elsewhere on various issues, including the Adani case. 

The Delhi Police has confirmed receiving the Wayanad MP’s response and said: “A preliminary reply has been received from (Congress MP) Rahul Gandhi but no information has been shared by him that can take the investigation forward”.

The police arrived at Rahul Gandhi’s residence in Delhi earlier in the day, days after sending him a notice to provide details of women who shared their experiences of ‘sexual harassment’ with him during his Bharat Jodo Yatra in Srinagar, Jammu, and Kashmir.

After meeting with Delhi police officials, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi was seen leaving his residence.

Congress reacted strongly to the development, claiming that it was not possible without Union Home Minister ‘Amit Shah’s order.

Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot said police arrived at Rahul Gandhi’s residence after receiving orders from Home Minister Amit Shah. He stated, “It is impossible for police to enter the home of a national leader without a warrant without Amit Shah’s permission. Rahul Gandhi stated that he had received the notice and would respond to it, but the police still went to his house.”

In response to the development, Congress spokesperson Pawan Khera told reporters that he was allegedly denied access to the road leading to Rahul Gandhi’s residence.

(With Inputs From ANI, PTI)

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