Sadhvi Prachi stopped from entering Dadri village, says govt biased against Hindus

The situation continues to remain volatile in Bishada village near Dadri in Great Noida. VHP leader Sadhvi Prachi tried to enter Bishada village on Wednesday but was detained by the police.

Updated: Oct 07, 2015, 13:45 PM IST
Sadhvi Prachi stopped from entering Dadri village, says govt biased against Hindus

Dadri, Uttar Pradesh: The situation continues to remain volatile in Bishada village near Dadri in Great Noida. VHP leader Sadhvi Prachi tried to enter Bishada village on Wednesday but was detained by the police.

Expressing her anger at not being allowed to meet her 'Hindu brothers', she said, “Why were people allowed to go in yesterday? Government here is biased against Hindus.”

“Our people are being booked under false cases...Of course I will try to go again. This is about our Hindu brothers,” she added.

On Samajwadi Party leader Azam Khan's move to approach the UN over the lynching of Akhlaq, Sadhvi Parchi added, “Writing letters to the UN is just an attempt to spoil the image of the nation.”