Ruckus increased in Lakhimpur, when the police stopped Priyanka Gandhi, she got angry, said this thing


When the administration tried to stop Priyanka Gandhi, she said, show me the warrant, if you do not have it, then you have no right to stop us.

After the violent ruckus in Lakhimpur Kheri in Uttar Pradesh on Sunday, the political atmosphere has heated up. Meanwhile, Congress General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi had reached Lucknow late on Sunday night to go to Lakhimpur Kheri. From where she was going to Lakhimpur. But he was taken into custody by the police in Hargaon of Sitapur. During this, Priyanka Gandhi was seen raining on the police. A video of this has also surfaced.

Actually Priyanka Gandhi was trying to go to Lakhimpur with Congress leader and Rajya Sabha MP Deepender Hooda. But the administration did not let him go. It is alleged that the policemen also pushed and thrashed them while stopping them. Due to this, Priyanka Gandhi took out her anger on the policemen.

Priyanka Gandhi is saying in the video that is going viral that, “Look at me, it will not happen in your state, but there is law in this country. If we want to take us into custody then take it, but not with force like this. Go and tell your officers and ministers.”

In another video, Priyanka Gandhi is seen saying, “Show me the warrant, if you don’t have it then there is no right to stop us. If you have understood that you can kill people, you can crush the farmers, then you have understood that you will also stop us. Let us tell you that after this argument, Priyanka Gandhi was taken into custody by the police and did not allow her to go to Lakhimpur.

Significantly, a total of eight people have died in the violence that broke out on Sunday during the farmers’ protest in Lakhimpur Kheri. In which there are four farmers and 4 BJP workers. The incident took place on the Tikonia-Banbirpur road. It is alleged that two vehicles were set ablaze by angry farmers after four protesters were hit.

In fact, the farmers were opposing the visit of Uttar Pradesh Deputy Chief Minister Keshav Prasad Maurya to Banbirpur. It is the native village of Ajay Kumar Mishra, Union Minister of State for Home and MP from Kheri. According to the allegation, the son of Union Minister of State for Home Affairs Mishra was traveling in a vehicle. He crushed four farmers with a vehicle. However, Mishra says that his son was not in that vehicle.



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