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Indian Youth Congress President Summoned by Guwahati Police in Harassment Case


Indian Youth Congress President Summoned

The President of the Indian Youth Congress, Srinivas Bhadravathi Venkata, is set to appear before the Guwahati Police on Monday in connection with a harassment case filed against him by expelled Assam Youth Congress leader Angkita Dutta.


According to reports, Srinivas BV will arrive in Guwahati at approximately 9:30 am and is expected to present himself at the DCP (East) office to address the allegations. His arrival at the airport is anticipated to be met with a large gathering of Congress workers who wish to show their support.


In preparation for Srinivas BV's visit, the Guwahati Police has imposed Section 144 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, which prohibits gatherings of more than five people within the city limits. This measure, enforced by the Guwahati Police Commissioner's office, aims to mitigate overcrowding and potential unrest during the proceedings.


Under the new order, sit-in protests and rally gatherings are strictly prohibited, and the police have taken necessary steps to prevent such activities. The directive encompasses all three police districts of the city, demonstrating a comprehensive approach to maintaining public safety and ensuring peace.


In April, Angkita Dutta, the expelled Assam Pradesh Youth Congress President (AIYC), lodged a complaint against Srinivas BV at Dispur Police Station, alleging harassment over the past six months. Dutta's complaint stated that Srinivas had subjected her to mental harassment, made sexist comments, and used derogatory language towards her. She further accused him of issuing threats, warning her of dire consequences if she continued to complain to high-ranking party officials.


Dutta detailed an encounter with Srinivas at a hotel in Chhattisgarh on March 25, where she alleged that he harassed her by holding her arm, pushing and pulling her, and using derogatory language, threatening to ruin her political career within the Congress party.


Despite reporting the incidents to higher-ranking party officials, Dutta claimed that no action was taken against Srinivas. The ongoing investigation will shed light on the allegations and determine the appropriate course of action.

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