The tractor driven by Rahul Gandhi was brought hidden in the truck, the letter of the MP was used

Amidst the continuous uproar in the Monsoon Session, former Congress President Rahul Gandhi reached Parliament on Monday driving a tractor. Opposing the three agricultural laws of the central government, Rahul Gandhi drove a tractor on the roads of New Delhi, after which the police took the tractor in their possession. According to sources, the tractor that Rahul Gandhi had driven was brought hidden inside a truck in the New Delhi area.

Sources said that the tractor, which was brought hidden in the truck, was first taken to the house of a VIP person. Since the tractor was brought hidden inside the truck, the Delhi Police did not even notice it. At the same time, using a letter from an MP, it was told that some belongings of the MP are coming to Delhi in this truck.

A separate team has been formed to investigate how this tractor finally reached New Delhi. The team will investigate this matter with the help of CCTV cameras installed in the district. The team will also find out the route taken to the tractor.

The Delhi Police had taken into its custody after Rahul Gandhi got off the tractor. Since, in the monsoon session, section 144 remains in force in the area near Parliament in Delhi and tractor driving has not been allowed. After Rahul Gandhi went to Parliament, Delhi Police took Congress leader Randeep Surjewala and Youth Congress chief Srinivas into custody. However, both were released after some time.

What did Rahul Gandhi say by opposing agricultural laws?

Demanding the return of agricultural laws, Rahul Gandhi described these laws as a law brought for a few industrialists. Rahul Gandhi later tweeted and said that if you force to sell the farm, the tractor will run in Parliament. Will continue to grow the crop of truth. Along with Rahul Gandhi, MPs of Haryana and Punjab Congress were riding on the tractor. According to sources, the tractor driven by Rahul Gandhi is the tractor of a Congress leader resident of Sonipat, Haryana. At the same time, taking the tractor in their possession, the police have called it a violation of the Motor Vehicle Act.

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