Congress MLC Deepak Singh abuses police officer in Amethi; BJP worker alleges attack from Opposition workers
Congress MLC from Amethi Deepak Singh was caught on camera abusing a police officer, a media report said.
Congress MLC from Amethi Deepak Singh was caught on camera abusing a police officer, a media report said. Singh, however, said, "We were only trying to prevent some people from abusing. I was only trying to pacify the crowd and convince the superintendent of police." The clashes happened in Salon where Congress president Rahul Gandhi was attending an event.
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Heated argument between Police officials and Amethi MLC Deepak Singh during the clashes which erupted in Salon where Congress President Rahul Gandhi was attending an event. #UttarPradesh pic.twitter.com/D3KSQOQnhA
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Singh is close to the Gandhi family and a native of Rae Bareli, CNN-News18 said. BJP MLA Dal Bahadur Kori, however, said, "We were attacked by Congress worker."
Clashes erupt in #UttarPradesh's Salon where Congress President Rahul Gandhi was attending an event, police intervene; BJP MLA Dal Bahadur Kori says, 'we were attacked by Congress workers'. pic.twitter.com/IGiVcMgtmF — ANI UP (@ANINewsUP) January 15, 2018
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