Congress general secretary Priyanka Gandhi stands strong with all those affected in the recent protests in Uttar Pradesh over CAA.
Priyanka Gandhi has been meeting the families of those who either lost life or are detained 'unlawfully' by the &UP police during CAA protests.
Priyanka has written a letter of sympathy and support to the families of 6 people who died in Firozabad during recent protests.
The letter reads, "I understand the pain of losing your own people from the bottom of my heart.
…Nothing can compensate what has happened but holding hands in such times is what can console during difficult times....
...Do not think you are alone. Do not lose patience. We are with you. We must move ahead and strongly demand justice...
...Divisive forces are trying to make India weak. We must fight to protect our beloved nation and constitution. Wherever and whenever you need us, don't hesitate to reach us."
Apart from 6 deaths, 29 people were booked & 14 arrested in 35 cases registered in connection with the violence alone in Firozabad.
UP CM Yogi Adityanath had warned of a "crackdown" on the protesters that resulted in brutal action by the police.
The government ordered that those found responsible for damaging public property during the protests would have to pay for it.
Priyanka Gandhi reached Muzzafarnagar to meet the family of those who died in protest. She also visited IPS Darapuri's family and Also met Sadaf Jafar's family in Lucknow last week despite hurdles created by the police.
Earlier Priyanka Gandhi had visited Bijnaur to meet families in pain while Rahul Gandhi and Priyanka Gandhi were stopped by the police when they reached Meerut to meet more such families.
Priyanka Gandhi has also demanded judicial probe into the 'unlawful' conduct by the UP police during the CAA protests
Priyanka Gandhi has been the voice of innocent and hit out at the UP CM for his 'vengeance' remark.