Violation of the security of the house of Priyanka Gandhi: Robert Vadra criticizes the government for not protecting citizens
NEW DELHI: One day after the violation of the security of the house of the leader of the Congress was reported, her husband blamed the government for not safeguarding citizens, especially women in the country.
In a Facebook post, written early Tuesday morning, Vadra criticized the government for the security situation in the country.
Security throughout the country is compromised ... Girls are being molested/raped, what society we are creating ... The safety of every citizen is the responsibility of the Government, he wrote.
The publication comes one day after a group of seven people allegedly entered Lutyens' house in Delhi, the secretary general of Congress, Priyanka Gandhi Vadra, and approached her to take selfies on November 26.
The alleged incident took place on November 26, just one month after Priyanka's SPG protection was removed.
The family of former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi, killed by LTTE terrorists in 1991, has no SPG protection after 28 years. They were included on the VVIP security list after a September 1991 amendment to the SPG Act of 1988. But the Center last month replaced the Gandhis SPG coverage with the Z-plus security provided by the CRPF.