During the agitation, Congress president Netta D’Souza spat at the police; BJP demands action from Congress-leader-netta-dsouza-spits-on-policemen during agitation agents ED

Congress leader in financial malpractice case related to National Herald Rahul Gandhi He is being questioned by the ED. The country is witnessing strong protests from the Congress against this. Police in riot gear stormed a rally on Friday, removing hundreds of protesters by truck. The video of the incident has gone viral and D’Souza has given an explanation.

Criticism from BJP

Neta D’Souza had joined the agitation against the Congress ED. Neta D’Souza spat at police officers as police apprehended them and tried to board the bus. After this incident, D’Souza has been widely criticized by the BJP. Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) spokesperson Shehzad Ponnawala tweeted this video criticizing the Congress. ‘Shameful and disgusting, the police were beaten up by Congress leaders in Assam. Police collar was seized in Hyderabad. Now Neta D’Souza, president of the Women’s Congress, has spat at the police and women security personnel. Will Congress take action against President Neta D’Souza? This is the question asked by Ponnawala.

Explanation by Netta D’Souza

Netta D’Souza tweeted and posted another video accusing the media of spreading propaganda against me. This video shows how my hair was pulled, pushed into the mud. Mud, dust and hair went into my mouth, which I took out of my mouth. “I have no intention of disrespecting the security personnel,” Neto D’Souza said.

Criticism from Delhi BJP for sharing video

Delhi BJP secretary Impreet Singh Bakshi also shared the video on his Twitter account, saying, The Congress has made her the acting president of the women’s wing because of her bad, anti-national, anti-military mentality.

Who are Netta D’Souza

Netta D’Souza is the acting president of the women’s wing of the Congress. Netta D’Souza came into the spotlight in April this year. D’Souza and Union Minister Smriti Irani met on a Delhi-Guwahati flight. The Congress leader also posted a short video of the incident on Twitter. In which D’Souza was asking Smriti Irani about the rising prices of LPG and petrol.

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