police lathicharge rld workers in hathras and jayant chaudhary was saved by workers from police while he was going to meet family of gang rape victim

The police brutally lathi-charged the leaders and workers of the Rashtriya Lok Dal, who went to their village Bulgarhi to meet the family of the Hathras gang-rape victim. During this period, the party’s national vice-president and former MP Jayant Chaudhary was rescued by activists. After this incident, the leaders of RLD have flamed on the state government. He has strongly condemned the incident and said that efforts are being made to suppress the voice of the opposition at the cost of police sticks. While tweeting the video of this entire episode, Jayant Chaudhary has written, ‘If you have the right to use lathi. I have the right to stand with my people. Use a lot of sticks Our determination will be equally strong! See you in Muzaffarnagar on 8 October! #Democracy_Secare ‘

In fact, on Sunday, Jayant Chaudhary arrived to meet the gang-rape victim’s family. During this time only five people were allowed by the police. When Jayant Chaudhary was passing by the barricades, the party workers broke the barricades and tried to go inside. Seeing the workers not stopping, the policemen fiercely nosed sticks. Many party workers were injured in this and Jayant Chaudhary narrowly survived. Later Jayant Chaudhary met the victim’s family and demanded justice from the government.

On this incident with RLD activists and Jayant Chaudhary, the state president of the party, Dr. Masood Ahmed said that the people of the state had formed an overwhelming majority government in terms of employment and development but this government has brought a flood of crimes in the state. Every district is flooded with kidnappings, rapes and murders of innocent girls, girl students and women.

Party’s national spokesperson Anil Dubey said that police have brutally lathi-charged Jayant Chaudhary and RLD workers, who were going to the house of the victim’s family in Hathras. The party strongly condemns this act. The government should punish the officials responsible for this lathicharge.


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