On Sunday, a team from the Delhi police visited the residence of Congress leader Rahul Gandhi. The visit was in connection with a notice he received for his remark during the Bharat Jodo Yatra. In his statement, Gandhi had expressed concern that women are still being sexually assaulted. The police team, headed by Special Commissioner of Police Sagar Preet Hooda, arrived at Gandhi’s 12, Tughlaq Lane residence to request more information about the women who approached him regarding sexual harassment.
Gandhi had reportedly made the statement during the Bharat Jodo Yatra in Srinagar. Police officials asked him to provide details of the victims so that security measures could be taken to ensure their safety. After taking note of his comments on social media, the police had sent a questionnaire to Gandhi requesting that he provide specific information about any women who had approached him regarding sexual harassment.
As the police investigate the matter, it is crucial to ensure that all instances of sexual assault are properly documented and that measures are taken to ensure the safety of all individuals affected. It is heartening to see the Delhi police taking proactive measures to address the issue and bring perpetrators to justice. Such efforts are vital to creating a safer environment for women and reducing instances of sexual assault.