Uttar Pradesh police have registered a case against Congress leaders Rahul Gandhi and Priyanka Vadra for protesting against the murder of a girl in Hathras. The case is against him for violating the Infectious Diseases Control Act. According to the FIR, 144 violations were declared in Gautam Buddha Nagar district in the wake of the corona epidemic. The case has been registered against 153 identified persons and 50 unidentified persons.
Rahul and Priyanka left for Hathras in Uttar Pradesh yesterday to visit the house of a woman who was gang-raped and brutally murdered. But they were not allowed to go to UP. Police were blocking the way. In the context of Kovid, Gautam asked Rahul and his team to stop the journey as 144 had been declared in Buddha Nagar. But they were not ready to end the journey. Rahul and Priyanka, who decided to walk when the vehicle was stopped, were later arrested by the police.
They have also been charged with obstruction of duty by a government official and possession of a deadly weapon. According to a case registered at the Gautambuddha Nagar police station, the activists violated the Kovid norms by marching without wearing a mask and keeping social distance. He has been charged with a number of offenses, including violating instructions from authorities and attempting to spread deadly diseases that threaten human life.