Rahul Gandhi- Visit of Rahul Gandhi Lakhimpur Kheri: The head of Congress, Rahul Gandhi, will visit Lakhimpur Kheri tomorrow. In this regard, Congress urged the government of Uttar Pradesh to give permission to the leaders of Congress just as the leaders of the TMC were allowed to meet with the families of the victims of the Lakhimpur Kheri incident. Rahul Gandhi will hold a press conference at the Congress office at 10 a.m. before leaving for Lakhimpur.
Rahul plans to visit Lakhimpur Kheri at a time when his sister Priyanka Gandhi is in custody. Since his arrest, Rahul Gandhi has continuously encouraged Priyanka Gandhi. He tweeted on Tuesday morning and said: “Whoever is held in custody is not afraid – a true congressman, will not give up! Satyagraha will not stop. #FarmersProtest” Rahul Gandhi tweeted on Monday and had said, “Priyanka, I know you will not back down – they are afraid of your courage. In this nonviolent fight for justice, we will win the country Annadata. #NoFear #lakhimpur_farmer_massacre”
Statement by Priyanka Gandhi
Priyanka Gandhi said at around 7 p.m. on Tuesday that she was being illegally detained at PAC premises in Sitapur and that no FIR was shown even after 38 hours of detention. Priyanka Gandhi said she had not been brought before any magistrate or judicial officer so far and was not allowed to meet with her lawyer as her lawyers stood at the door of the premises since the morning.
“At this time, I am not giving details of how totally illegal force was used against me and my accomplices at the time of the arrest, as this statement is only intended to clarify that I am not allowed to enter illegally. in the premises of the PAC, ”she said. been prevented from.
Priyanka Gandhi and Deepender Hooda were arrested on their way to Lakhimpur Kheri and have been in custody since Monday morning. He said he saw part of a social media post in which the administration named 11 people and eight of them were the ones who were not even present at the time of his “arrest.”
Eight people, including four farmers, were killed in violence as farmers agitate against three agricultural laws in the village of Tikoniya on Sunday.