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Congress Flags Rahul Gandhi Security To Amit Shah, Central Force Replies

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Rahul Gandhi repeatedly violated security protocol during the Delhi portion of the Bharat Jodo Yatra, according to the central paramilitary force CRPF, which was responding to the Congress’s allegations of security failings during the December 24 march.

Congress General Secretary KC Venugopal received a letter from the central force the day after writing to Union Home Minister Amit Shah to express his displeasure that Delhi Police had completely failed to ensure Mr. Gandhi’s protection during the Yatra’s transit through the capital. When the Yatra enters the sensitive areas of Punjab and Jammu and Kashmir, the party requested adequate security for the leader, who has Z+ cover.

According to the CRPF’s response, security plans for Mr. Gandhi are created by the CRPF in collaboration with the state police and other organizations. According to the force, a security liaison meeting was held two days prior to the event on December 24. An advance security liaison is a gathering of security organizations to organize the protection of a VIP during a significant event.

The Delhi Police said there was an appropriate deployment of security personnel, while the CRPF claimed that all security precautions were strictly followed on the day of the march.

Accusing Rahul Gandhi of repeatedly breaking security protocol, he said, “Security arrangements made for the protectee works fine when the protectee himself adheres to the security guidelines laid down. However, it is pointed out that on several occasions violations of laid down guidelines on the part of Shri Rahul Gandhi have been observed and this fact has been communicated to him from time to time.”

“It may further be mentioned that during Delhi leg of Bharat Jodo Yatra, the protectee has violated security guidelines and CRPF will be taking up this matter separately,” it added.

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