Renuka Chowdhury caught the collar of the police in Hyderabad. National Herald Case Protest

16 Jun, 2022

In the National Herald case, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi was questioned at the Enforcement Directorate (ED) office for three consecutive days. Now on Friday, June 17, once again the ED has called Rahul Gandhi for questioning, amidst the interrogation of Rahul Gandhi in the ED office, the fierce demonstration of Congress was seen in many parts of the country.

Congress workers protest near Raj Bhavan in Hyderabad. During this, the anger of senior Congress leader Renuka Chaudhary broke out with a policeman. She grabbed the collar of this cop. The video of this incident became increasingly viral on social media. After this, Renuka Chaudhary clarified by tweeting and talking to the media. Speaking to News18, Renuka Choudhary said that the police had started pushing the women in the crowd and during this they grabbed the policeman's shoulder to maintain balance.

Protestors detained

The lady police dragged former Union Minister Chaudhary towards the police van. Congress had given the call of "Chalo Raj Bhavan". After which the party leaders tried to protest there. Police detained several party workers at Raj Bhavan in Telangana.

Apart from Hyderabad, Congress held protests in many parts of the country including Delhi, Karnataka, Kerala, Punjab, Telangana, Tamil Nadu and Rajasthan. Congress workers take out a protest march in Bengaluru and Karnataka Congress chief DK Shivakumar, CLP leader Siddaramaiah and other party leaders and workers were detained by the police during their protest in Bengaluru.

Renuka Chowdhury on the case

Congress leader Renuka Choudhary said on the case registered against her, "I did not attack. I have been booked. I will face it. This is the law. I have not done anything against that young man. He is with me." I never did anything. I was losing balance, so I grabbed him. We were being pushed and bullied from behind. When he moved on, I had to hold him to steady myself."

At the same time, heavy traffic jams were seen in Bengaluru during this protest. Meanwhile, an ambulance was also stuck in traffic. Bengaluru Police said that the Congress protest is against the High Court order.

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