She spoke hard on Rahul Gandhi – those who broke India, they are taking out the Bharat Jodo Yatra. She taunted Rahul Gandhi – those who broke India, are taking out the Bharat-Jodo Yatra
Muzaffarnagar34 minutes ago
Sadhvi Prachi reached the court to surrender
Hinduist leader Sadhvi Prachi surrendered in the court on Friday after the warrant was issued in connection with the 2013 riots in Muzaffarnagar. After getting bail from the court, Sadhvi Prachi attacked Rahul Gandhi’s Bharat Jodo Yatra. He alleged that those who broke India, today they are taking out the Bharat Jodo Yatra. Sadhvi Prachi also called Rahul Gandhi as Pappu. On Friday, Sadhvi Prachi surrendered in Civil Judge Senior Division Fast Track Court. After which he was taken into judicial custody.
On the application submitted by his advocate, the court released him on bail. On coming out of the court, Sadhvi Prachi attacked Rahul Gandhi’s Bharat Jodo Yatra and said that those who broke India yesterday, today they are taking out Bharat Jodo Yatra. Sadhvi Prachi also questioned the pictures of Rahul and Priyanka’s brother-sister affection. He said that she is also a sadhvi and a sadhvi has some dignity. So will not comment on this. He referred to Rahul Gandhi as Pappu and said that Pappu will do something wherever he goes.
Hearing in the case of riots
On August 27, communal tension had arisen after three murders in village Qawwal of Jansath police station area. On August 31, a condolence meeting was organized for Sachin and Gaurav at Nagla Mandod Inter College in Thana Sikheda area. After which police station Sikheda had registered a case against 14 people including Sadhvi Prachi under various sections.
Hearing going on in fast track court
On Friday, a hearing was held in the court of Civil Judge Senior Division Mayank Jaiswal regarding the matter. Sadhvi Prachi surrendered in the court on Friday after the non-bailable warrant issued for not appearing on the previous date. After which Hinduist leader Sadhvi Prachi was released on bail on a personal bond of 25-25 thousand. The court has fixed January 20 as the next date of hearing.