Lakhimpur kheri visit: Rahul Gandhi was denied permission to visit Lakhimpur Kher UP – up rahul gandhi headed the congressional delegation was denied permission to visit Lakhimpur kheri

Highlight:

  • The five-member team led by Rahul Gandhi was scheduled to return to UP on Wednesday.
  • The arrival of Sachin Pilot, Charan Singh Channy, Bhupesh Bagel and KC Venugopal was expected.
  • Currently, a ban has been announced in the area in view of the potential for conflict.

New Delhi: The Uttar Pradesh government has denied permission for a congressional delegation led by Rahul Gandhi to visit Lakhimpur Kheri. Currently, a ban has been announced in the area in view of the potential for conflict.

Earlier, a congressional delegation led by the general secretary of Congress, KC Venugopal Rahul Gandhi, had sent a letter requesting permission to visit the area. This is what the UP police have denied.

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AICC Secretary General Priyanka Gandhi, who was arrested Monday morning, was arrested after trying to reach Lakhimpur Kheri. They were still in custody.

The five-member team led by Rahul Gandhi was scheduled to return to UP on Wednesday. The arrival of Sachin Pilot, Charan Singh Channy, Bhupesh Bagel and KC Venugopal was expected.

Former CCP chairman Navjot Singh Sidhu had warned that he would march from Punjab to Uttar Pradesh if Priyanka Gandhi was not released. Sidhu had tweeted that he would march from Punjab to UP tomorrow if the son of the Union minister responsible for the massacre of farmers was not arrested and Priyanka was not released.

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Meanwhile, it is alleged that Priyanka Gandhi, who was arrested for protesting the Lakhimpurkheri incident, was not even allowed to see her lawyers. Congress Secretary General Priyanka Gandhi has said that the Uttar Pradesh police have yet to clarify the charges against her, even 38 hours after she was arrested. Priyanka said she had not received any orders or documents related to the case.

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“I saw a piece of paper with my name on it along with the names of eleven people on social media. Eight out of eleven people were not there when I was arrested. The names of the two people who brought me clothes on the night of October 4 they are also on the list of detainees. ” Priyanka clarified.

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