Raipur, Feb.21 (ANI): Tribal activist and the Aam Admi Party (AAP) leader Soni Sori, who was yesterday attacked in Chhattisgarh, has said she thinks there is a danger to her as well as her children.
The AAP leader, who was attacked by some unknown assailants in Dantewada District of South Chhattisgarh on Saturday evening, is being brought to New Delhi for her treatment.
“Whatever is happening to me is not right. I think there is a danger for me as well as for my children. I am not disclosing the identity of the people whom I fear because I received a call at 6:15 p.m. where I was told that some people are planning to attack me. I was planning to meet him today. I had never thought that such thing would happen to me,” Sori told the reporters.
“I have been receiving the usual threats wherein I was told that I would be killed. But I never paid head to it,” she added.
Three men had attacked Sori and smeared black chemical on her face, on a day a well-known human rights lawyers group was allegedly forced to leave Jagdalpur after threats. (ANI)