Gandhis Foot-march: Rahul alleges police lathicharged, threw him to ground


Team Udayavani, Oct 1, 2020, 3:17 PM IST

New Delhi: Congress leader Rahul Gandhi has accused the police of lathi charging him and throwing him to the ground during his foot march towards Hathras to meet family members of Dalit gang rape victim.

Rahul and Priyanka began the foot march towards Hathras after their convoy was stopped on Yamuna Expressway earlier today.

“Just now police pushed me, lathicharged me and threw me to the ground. I want to ask, can only Modi Ji walk in this country? Can’t a normal person walk? Our vehicle was stopped, so we started walking,” Rahul Gandhi said.

Meanwhile UP police has taken Rahul and Priyanka in preventive custody for alleged violation of Epidemic Act.

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