Detained en route, Priyanka makes ‘sweeping' statement
The Times of India Mumbai|October 05, 2021
Congress national general secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra gave the heavy police cordon in Lucknow the slip to head off towards Lakhimpur Kheri late on Sunday. She managed to reach Sitapur before being stopped.
Shailvee.Sharda @timesgroup.com

Lucknow:

Priyanka took on the cops for stopping her in Lucknow and Sitapur. Citing provisions of the law, she demanded an arrest warrant to be produced and dared police to formally arrest her. Making her sit inside any police vehicle without these, she said, would amount to kidnapping and assault.

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