After CRPF, the police also said- Rahul Gandhi himself broke the security protocol
Rahul Gandhi Security: Now the police have come to the fore on the issue of the security of Congress leader Rahul Gandhi. Police say that Rahul himself violated the security instructions several times. Earlier, the CRPF had replied on the issue of Rahul's security here.
The country's political mercury is high for the last three days regarding the security of Congress leader Rahul Gandhi who is on Bharat Jodo Yatra. On December 28, Congress raised the matter of the lapse in security of Rahul Gandhi by writing a letter to Union Home Minister Amit Shah. After this, the CRPF wrote a letter to the Ministry of Home Affairs and told that Rahul himself broke the security instructions 113 times. After CRPF, now police have also responded to the issue of Rahul Gandhi's security. In fact, on Wednesday, Congress General Secretary K.C. Venugopal wrote a letter to Home Minister Amit Shah claiming security lapses in Rahul Gandhi's Delhi leg of the Bharat Jodo Yatra. Delhi Police has also submitted its report. It has been alleged that Rahul Gandhi violated the security cordon.
A news agency quoted sources as saying that the report submitted to the Ministry of Home Affairs stated that Gandhi did not follow the security protocol. The security, traffic and special branch units of Delhi Police have submitted their reports, sources said. The police had also deployed several policemen in plainclothes and formed a security cordon for the Congress MP, sources said.
On Thursday, the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) said that necessary security arrangements were made for Rahul Gandhi as per the guidelines, but he violated the rules 113 times and was informed about it. The CRPF deployed for Gandhi's security responded to questions raised by Congress over the lapse in his security and the party's letter to the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA).
The CRPF, in its reply submitted to the Home Ministry, said Gandhi violated certain security instructions several times since 2020, including during the Bharat Jodo Yatra. It added that the violations were brought to the notice of the leader from time to time.
In addition to the Advanced Security Liaison (ASL) carried out for Gandhi's security before the yatra entered Delhi, according to the CRPF, advanced communication regarding security prior to each visit, was arranged in coordination with state police and security agencies Went. According to the CRPF, the Delhi Police stated that security personnel were deployed adequately and proper security arrangements were made.