Raj Express Protests throughout the nation and states and the rally of assist rally by the BJP has been happening constantly in Madhya Pradesh, amongst which the case of Mandla Collector Jagdish Prasad Jatiya made controversial feedback on Facebook concerning this regulation. But the previous Chief Minister of the state Shivraj Singh Chauhan wrote to the Governor alleging violation of service situations And written complaints.
What's the matter:
Please inform that, District Collector of Mandla, Jagdish Prasad Jatia, whereas importing the poster of the movie Chhapak on his personal Facebook web page, wrote that, Even if folks hate it, we are going to see it.
Commenting on this, the CAA and NRC commented, he replied, "I know how to use my discretion. I myself do not support CAA and NRC." After his assertion, a ruckus arose. On which the BJP leaders spoke of taking motion, alleging violation of the situations of public service.
Former Chief Minister complained to the Governor:
Taking a dig on the matter, former Chief Minister Shivraj objected that, Collector Jatiya violated the situations of service, the regulation which has been made by the Center, it’s mistaken to oppose the Collector. Also, on this regard, he wrote a letter to Governor Lalji Tandon and mentioned that this remark is unforgivable and punishable, taking this into consideration and directing the federal government to take administrative motion on it. On this matter, BJP leaders State President Rakesh Singh, Leader of Opposition Gopal Bhargava, MP V.D. Sharma has additionally raised questions.
While holding the constitutional post, the Mandla Collector who #CAA Commented on, he’s indecisive. He has no ethical proper to oppose the regulation made by Parliament whereas holding a constitutional post. They need the best to freedom of expression, then depart the constitutional post first. #IndiaSupportsCAA
– Shivraj Singh Chouhan (@ChouhanShivraj) January 13, 2020
MP: BJP's SS Chouhan writes to the Guv over the matter of Mandla Collector Facebook post the place he acknowledged 'I don't assist CAA / NRC'. Chouhan states, 'IAS officers aren’t anticipated to precise their political dedication by supporting or opposing'. He has requested Guv to take motion.
– ANI (@ANI) January 13, 2020
Collector gave clarification within the case:
Seeing the escalation of the dispute in the identical case, the collector clarified that, the post was put up solely with the view of watching the movie Chhapak, during which the acid Survivor within the movie provides his life. He didn’t make any assertion concerning the CAA and the post was additionally faraway from the Facebook web page.