SPG Security Bill introduced in Rajya Sabha, Amit Shah says "Why should Gandhi family want SPG?"

Dec 03 2019 05:13 PM
SPG Security Bill introduced in Rajya Sabha, Amit Shah says

New Delhi: In the Upper House of Parliament, on Tuesday, Union Home Minister Amit Shah introduced the Special Protection Group (revised 2019) in the Upper House. During the discussion on this, he also responded to the allegations made by the opposition regarding the withdrawal of SPG protection from the Gandhi family. Home Minister Amit Shah said that not only the Gandhi family, the government also has to worry about 130 crore citizens of the country.

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When the Communist Party opposed the SPG bill, the Home Minister said that the Communist Party should not talk about political revenge, 120 of our workers were killed in Kerala. Please tell that there is a Communist Party government in Kerala. Amit Shah has said that the security of Gandhi's family has not been completely removed, as many soldiers who were deployed earlier, are still under his protection. The security given to the Gandhi family is the same with the President, with the Vice-President, with the Defense Minister, and with the Home Minister also.

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Home Minister Amit Shah responded to the SPG amendment bill and asked the Gandhi family why the Gandhi family needs SPG protection. Amit Shah said in the Upper House that SPG is a special security team, it is not for any pride. Regarding the security lapse at Priyanka Vadra's house, Amit Shah said that it was a big coincidence. The message was received at Priyanka Vadra's house that Rahul Gandhi is going to come on a black safari. At the same time, four Congress workers led by Sharada Tyagi of Meerut Congress had come on a black safari. Three people have been suspended in this case. 

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