Laser pointed at Rahul’s head: Cong must be a mobile phone, not expert marksman: Govt
The Congress hosts affirmed a security break of get-together president Rahul Gandhi amid his visit to Amethi in Uttar Pradesh. The gathering alluded to the day when Gandhi went to the body electorate to record his selection.
As indicated by the Ministry of Home Affairs, they have not gotten any letter with respect to the supposed rupture in the security of Congress president Rahul Gandhi.
Chief of Special Protection Group, notwithstanding, educated the ‘green light’ appeared in the video cut was observed to be that of a cell phone utilized by AICC picture taker.
In a letter to Home Minister Rajnath Singh, the gathering has requested that the administration ‘test and kill the risk, assuming any’. They have likewise requested to guarantee that the convention relating the Congress president’s security detail is carefully pursued.
The letter expressed a green laser was pointed multiple times at Rahul Gandhi’s head when he was interfacing with the media.
Congress stated, ‘… a laser (green) was pointed at his head, irregularly on no less than 7 separate events in a brief period; including twice at his sanctuary on the correct side of the head’.
The gathering sent a video clasp of his media collaboration alongside the letter marked by Ahmed Patel, Jairam Ramesh, and Randeep Singh Surjewala.
Referring to the death of Rahul’s dad and grandma, previous Prime Ministers Rajiv Gandhi and Indira Gandhi, the gathering trusted that the break was ‘a reason for grave and squeezing concern’.
The Congress told the Home Minister that Rahul Gandhi’s security was the ‘principal duty’ of the local government and the home service.
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