No statement was taken when Delhi Police left Rahul Gandhi's home after comments about "sexual harassment"

No statement was taken when Delhi Police left Rahul Gandhi's home after comments about "sexual harassment"

In response to Congressman Rahul Gandhi's comments on the sexual harassment of women in Jammu and Kashmir, Delhi Police representatives left his home on Sunday without obtaining a statement. Earlier that day, a number of senior Delhi Police officers showed up to the leader's apartment in the capital city to collect data on the ladies experiencing sexual harassment in Kashmir in order to submit a legal case.

Sagarpreet Hooda, Special CP (Law and Order), said to the media: "It was a lengthy yatra, according to Rahul Gandhi, and he saw a lot of people. He now needs some time to assemble everything. He has promised to send us the information shortly, and we will get started on our proceedings as soon as we do."

When Gandhi ignored the warning, SP Hooda and DCP Pranav Tayal were spotted in front of his home. "We are here to speak with him. On January 30, Rahul Gandhi made a speech in Srinagar, saying that while on the Yatra, he met numerous women who informed him they had been sexually assaulted. We're attempting to collect information from him so that the victims might get justice "SP Hooda stated.

On March 16, the Congress leader received a notification; nevertheless, he chose not to reply. He said that numerous women contacted him to talk about the problem of sexual harassment in the union territory when he was addressing the people in Kashmir during the Bharat Jodo Yatra.

Many senior members of the Congress, including Ashok Gehlot, Jairam Ramesh, Imaran Pratapgarhi, and Anand Sharma, have been to Gandhi's house in support.

Detained Congress personnel
Police have apprehended a number of Congress activists who were protesting the presence of Delhi Police at Rahul Gandhi's home.

Congress officials respond to Rahul Gandhi's inquiries
After Rajasthan's chief minister arrived to Gandhi's home, Ashok Gehlot declared, "The nation will never pardon the government. Prime Minister Amit Shah gave the Delhi Police the go-ahead to visit Gandhi's residence."

According to Jairam Ramesh, "45 days have passed since the conclusion of the Bharat Jodo Yatra. After 45 days, they (the Delhi police) are being questioned. Why did they not consult him in February if they were so worried? In accordance with the law, Rahul Gandhi's legal team will reply."

This administration is a fearful government, they are scared of the comments coming out of Rahul Gandhi's lips, this will not be accepted, we are not afraid of them, senior Congress leader Pawan Khera stated in response to the circumstance.