new Delhi: In the case of a controversial remark made in opposition to collector Nidhi Nivedita in Rajgarh district of Madhya Pradesh prior to now, Badrilal Yadav, who was the Minister of State in the course of the BJP rule, has been arrested. Let us know that on Wednesday, 22 January, BJP chief and former Minister of State for Madhya Pradesh Badrilal Yadav made a really vulgar comment in opposition to Nidh Nivedita, the Collector of Rajgarh.
Let us inform you that on January 19, Collector Nidhi Nivedita and her deputy working deputy collector Priya Verma, after imposing Section 144 in help of CAA in Biaora of Rajgarh district, BJP employees who took out a rally, in giant variety of law enforcement officials and workers posted There have been slaves in entrance. <! –
In protest, 22 January BJP leaders staged a protest in Rajgarh. During this time, a controversial assertion of the previous minister was revealed.
After the disputed speech of Badrilal Yadav, BJP National Vice President and former Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh Shivraj Singh Chauhan, State BJP President Rakesh Singh, Leader of Opposition in Madhya Pradesh Assembly Gopal Bhargava and BJP National General Secretary Kailash Vijayvargiya additionally attended this assembly and Collector Nidhi. To register an FIR within the case of slapping BJP employees Additional Superintendent of Police had utilized to the assembly place.
Madhya Pradesh: BJP chief Badrilal Yadav has been arrested, over his objectionable comment on Rajgarh Collector Nivedita. Rajgarh Collector had prevented BJP employees from demonstrating in help of #CAA, in Rajgarh on 19th January.
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At the identical time, Madhya Pradesh BJP spokesperson Rajneesh Agarwal mentioned that the occasion doesn’t help the controversial assertion of Badrilal Yadav and believes in opposing in a democratic method.
In this case, Congress activist and lawyer Sheikh Mujib of Rajgarh had complained in opposition to Badrilal Yadav on the web portal of Madhya Pradesh Police for registering a case below sections 354 and 509 of IPC. (Input: company)