Rahul met the family of journalist arrested in Hathras case, BJP said – increasing anti-national virus

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This photograph is from June 2019. Rahul Gandhi then addressed a public assembly in his constituency Wayanad. -File photograph

Rahul Gandhi, who visited Kerala, met the family of journalist Siddique Kappan, arrested in the Hathras case, in Wayanad on Wednesday. The family requested Rahul to intrude in the matter for Kappan’s early launch. Kappan’s spouse Rehanath instructed that Rahul has assured all assist.

After the gang rape of a Dalit lady in Hathras and four folks together with journalist Siddique have been arrested on their approach to Hathras. The police arrested these folks underneath the sedition and anti-terrorism legislation. The BJP has taken a dig at this assembly of Rahul. Party spokesman Gaurav Bhatia said – Rahul Gandhi has gone to advertise anti-nationwide virus.

Kappan’s spouse said – attorneys aren’t even allowed to satisfy

Kappan’s spouse Rehanath said – Rahul Gandhi agrees to offer all assist for the launch of my husband. My husband was going there throughout Rahul’s Hathras go to. We are very upset, as a result of even attorneys aren’t being allowed to satisfy them.

We have additionally acquired little or no info from the administration

The Journalists Union of Kerala had filed a habeas corpus petition for the launch of Kappan in the Supreme Court. However, the Supreme Court deferred listening to on this for four weeks on 12 October. The police arrested Kappan of Malappuram, Atik-ur Rehman of Muzaffarnagar, Masood Ahmed of Bahraich and Alam of Rampur.

After this, the UP Police had said that now we have arrested the folks of Popular Front of India (PFI) and its related organizations. Material acquired from them can have an effect on legislation and order.

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