ED interrogates Rahul, Alka Lamba’s high voltage drama, started crying loudly, fell on the road for a long time

The ED is still interrogating Rahul Gandhi, while the Congress’s protest continues. Meanwhile, the high voltage ruckus of Alka Lamba has come to the fore. Alka Lamba, who was shouting slogans on the road with women workers, was forcibly picked up by the women police personnel and she looked confused. She narrated the pain of […]
 


ED interrogates Rahul, Alka Lamba’s high voltage drama, started crying loudly, fell on the road for a long time

The ED is still interrogating Rahul Gandhi, while the Congress’s protest continues. Meanwhile, the high voltage ruckus of Alka Lamba has come to the fore. Alka Lamba, who was shouting slogans on the road with women workers, was forcibly picked up by the women police personnel and she looked confused. She narrated the pain of the crying young man and tried to lift him, then she lay down on the road.

Actually, Alka Lamba was sitting on the middle road with women Congress workers in New Delhi and was raising slogans. During this, traffic on the road was disrupted. The police tried to remove him. The women police officers forcibly picked up the workers. A scuffle broke out between them.

In the video, Alka Lamba can also be heard asking if I am a terrorist, if I have an AK-47, how am I being treated. Had I grabbed the hand of the policeman in uniform, there would have been a ruckus that the policeman abused me but he grabbed my throat.

Alka Lamba says, “Hands are tied, Bharat Mata Di Jai, Jai Jawan, Jai Kisan, they are not allowing this, in which constitution it is written. what training did they give Gaya, after four years of training at Agneepath when you send them out then they will not break their neck like this, either I will break their neck or I will chase them (policemen), then it will be said that Alka Lamba put her hand on the uniform.”

Crying, Alka told the media, “Jai Jawan, Jai Kisan, Bharat Mata Ki Jai, Satyagrahi, we want to sit here, we have a democratic right. The country is crying over the situation. I’m not crying, my injury will heal tomorrow. Do you have the right to raise your voice in a democracy? Doesn’t match your fire path. Lakhs of youth are agitating on the streets across the country. Anyone listening?”