Railway Minister Piyush Goyal, while justifying the police action, said, “Some people had filed complaints against the nuns. It is the duty of the police to find out whether the complaint is true or false.”
Piyush Goyal (File Photo)
Union Railway Minister Piyush Goyal on Monday dismissed accusations of alleged ‘assault’ on two nuns of Kerala in Uttar Pradesh during a train journey on Monday and said that inside the train in Jhansi, Uttar Pradesh There was no attack on anyone, Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan is making a wrong statement on this issue. Goyal told the media here, “There was no attack on any nun … The Chief Minister of the state (Kerala) is lying completely and making false statements.”
The day that the alleged incident took place at the railway station in Jhansi on 19 March and its resonance was heard in Kerala last week, when Chief Minister Vijayan raised the issue and Union Home Minister Amit Shah took action on it. Was assured. Goyal said that after receiving a complaint against the nuns, the local police investigated him to know the truth. However, Goyal did not say who had made the complaint against the nuns.
‘Accusations are absolutely wrong’: Piyush Goyal
Goyal justified the police action, saying, “There was an allegation, some people had filed a complaint against the nuns.” It is the duty of the police to find out whether the complaint is true or false. The police investigated, checked all those documents, examined the passengers and after that let them go immediately. ” The Railway Minister dismissed the allegations, stating that the nuns had been forced off the train by student activists allegedly belonging to the Sangh Parivar. He said, “This is completely wrong.”
What is the whole matter
In Jhansi city (Jhansi) of Uttar Pradesh, two nuns were traveling in a train with two convicts when the Jhansi Railway Police took them off the train on the charge of human trafficking and took them into custody. After investigation in the case, it was found that there was no case related to human trafficking, after which both the nuns were released. Earlier, Home Minister Amit Shah had assured strict action against those who harassed the nuns in this case. The Home Minister had said that those who were involved in the incident of harassment of Jhansi nuns would be brought to justice.
At the same time, before this, Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan wrote a letter to Amit Shah demanding strict action against the accused. In this case, allegations were being made that when the two nuns were going to Rourkela in a train from Delhi, they were tortured by Bajrang Dal workers. In a letter written to Amit Shah, CM Pinarayi Vijayan appealed to him to pay attention to this matter. He accused these nuns of harassment by 150 activists of Bajrang Dal and said that the police forcefully drove these nuns off the train in the absence of women police. The Railway Minister has today dismissed all his allegations.
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