Congress Protest: Delhi Police pulled the hair of Youth Congress Chief Srinivas Biwi. Congress Protest Delhi Police personnel seen pulling the hair of Srinivas BV

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Highlights

  • Video of police scuffle with Srinivas goes viral on social media
  • In the video, a policeman can be seen pulling the Congress leader’s hair.
  • Delhi Police has responded to the video going viral on social media

Congress Protest: Indian Youth Congress President during his detention amid party protests in the national capital, Delhi on Tuesday. B. V. Srinivas The policemen allegedly scuffled with him. In a video going viral on social media of the police scuffle with Srinivas, a policeman can be seen pulling the Congress leader’s hair and about a dozen policemen trying to make him sit inside their vehicle.

In the same video, Srinivas can also be seen struggling to get out of the grip of the policemen and talk to the media persons. Srinivas was seen shouting and resisting the police’s attempt to control him. Let us inform that Srinivas was involved in the Congress protests during the interrogation of Sonia Gandhi by the Enforcement Directorate (ED) in the National Herald case.

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Delhi Police replied

There itself, Delhi Police has responded to the video going viral on social media. Deputy Commissioner of Police (New Delhi District) Amrita Guguloth said they are trying to identify the police personnel who manhandled Srinivas. “After identification, disciplinary action will be initiated against the employees,” the DCP assured.

‘Modi ji is the king and there is police raj in India’
Earlier, Delhi Police detained hundreds of party workers and MPs, including Rahul Gandhi, from two different places (near Parliament and outside Congress party headquarters at 24, Akbar Road). Srinivas was detained from outside the AICC office. Before being taken into custody, Rahul Gandhi alleged, “Modi ji is the king and there is a police raj in India”.

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