Sonbhadra Case: Priyanka Gandhi raises voice, says cases filed against victims should be cancelled

Aug 14 2019 11:36 AM
Sonbhadra Case: Priyanka Gandhi raises voice, says cases filed against victims should be cancelled

Sonbhadra: After meeting the victims of the Sonbhadra massacre, Congress General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra has said that talking to the tribals of Ubha village in Sonbhadra has made it clear that they will remain unsafe till they get ownership of their land. They will be tortured in this way.

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Priyanka Gandhi has recently said that the cases filed by the accused Pradhan against women and men of the village have been filed against them and charged by the administration. The punk act should be cancelled. Police post has not been installed in the village so far. According to him, the residents of Ubha are still in panic. Congress General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi arrived at Sonbhadra on Tuesday following the firing incident at Umbha village in Sonbhadra district. Priyanka Gandhi met the locals at Sonbhadra during this period.

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Priyanka was not allowed to go to Sonbhadra in her last attempt. He then came to know about the efforts made to get the victim's family back to the land. For information, a group of people were gunned down by the village head and his associates over a land dispute on July 17 in Umbha village of Sonbhadra district, killing a total of 10 people.

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