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National Herald Case Mahila Congress President Netta DSouza Spits At Police Personnel During Protest In Delhi

National Herald Case: Congress workers protested in Delhi on Tuesday...

National Herald Case: Congress workers protested in Delhi on Tuesday against the ED’s interrogation of Congress leader Rahul Gandhi in the National Herald case. During this demonstration, women Congress leader Netta D’Souza was accused of spitting on the policemen. Acting President of Mahila Congress Netta D’Souza was protesting against the ED. It is alleged that when the police took him into custody and boarded the bus, he spat on the policemen.

Let us tell you that Netta D’Souza is the acting president of the women’s wing of the Congress. At the same time, the Congress party came under the target of BJP. Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) spokesperson Shahzad Ponnawala tweeted about this video and wrote that shameful and disgusting, after beating up the police in Assam, holding the collar in Hyderabad, now Mahila Congress President Netta D’Souza has attacked the police and women security personnel. Spit only because Rahul is being questioned by ED for corruption. Will Sonia, Priyanka and Rahul take action against him?

Said this thing in cleanliness

At the same time, Netta D’Souza tweeted and posted another video alleging that propaganda is being run against me on the media. This video shows how my hair was pulled hard, pushed into the mud. Mud, dust and hair went into my mouth, which I spewed out of my mouth. I had no intention of disrespecting the security personnel. Satyameva Jayate.

Was in discussion after face-to-face with Union Minister Smriti Irani

Let us tell you that Netta D’Souza was in the news in April this year when both she and Union Minister Smriti Irani came face to face in the Delhi-Guwahati flight. The Congress leader had also posted a short video of the incident on Twitter in which she was asking the Women and Child Development Minister about the rising prices of LPG and petrol.

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