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“Nahi Sir Main Aapko Nahi Jaanta, Kaun Ho Aap?”, Prashant Bhushan Gets Trolled By Delhi Police Officer

“Nahi Sir Main Aapko Nahi Jaanta, Kaun Ho Aap?”, Prashant Bhushan Gets Trolled By Delhi Police Officer

Prashant Bhushan, the liberal gang supporter, and Supreme Court legal counselor, was confined by the Delhi Police from Delhi’s India Gate, where Prashant itself, Yogendra Yadav, and a couple of others were challenging the Bhartiya Janta government on January 30th, 2020, as it was the day Mohan Das Karamchand Gandhi assassinated by the Nathuram Godse.

The Delhi police attempted to stop Prashant Bhushan, Yadav Ji, and their team. However, they were never going to budge on proceeding with the dissent.

Prasant Ji, who is 62 years of age and would qualify as a senior resident, answered to a police officer, and like a common Indian kid, stated, “Aap Jaante Hain Main Kaun hoon? (Do you know who I am)?”

To former Supreme court lawyer Prashant Bhushan’s absolute stun after got the reply, the senior police officer answered, “Nahi Sir, main Apko Nahi Nahi Janta Aap Kaun Hai (No don’t know you, Sir, who are you? I don’t have any acquaintance with you).”

“Do you know who I am” and “Do you know who my dad is”, are the run of the mill exchanges of Lutyens kids, when they face the Delhi police or include with somebody in verbal or physical battle.


P Bhushan’s dad, Shanti Bhushan, was the Minister of Law and Justice in the Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP) in between 1978 to 1979. In 1980, Prashant was likewise the establishing individual from Aam Aadmi Party to which Prashant Bhushan has additionally been related for quite a while.

Yogendra Yadav, the colleagues with him, was likewise connected with AAP (Aam Aadmi Party) and now he heads the Swaraj Party-established by him for promotion of rancher’s privileges.

From Prashant Bhushan’s discourse to the police officer, unmistakably in spite of many years of involvement with Indian governmental issues and law. The run of the mill ‘Delhi kid’ propensity is as yet natural. Bhushan has opposed the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) and said that he won’t show the papers, requested the papers of the police constable to ensure that he is utilized with Delhi Police.

He additionally said that ‘there are numerous individuals who meander around with Police coats and he won’t comply with him except if the police constable shows his ID card.

A couple of days prior, the equivalent Prashant Bhushan has tweeted, “Murmur Kagaz Nahin Dikhayenge” has become the melody of this uprising against NRC/CAA.

Similarly as “Sarfaroshi ki Tamanna Aaj Hamare Dil me hai” was the tune for Independence development. That was for Azaadi from outside principle. This is for Azaadi from the individuals who look to demolish our Constitution, Culture, Civilization.”

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