It alleges that the MLAs have been accountable for beating up farmers, eradicating their tents, and inflicting injury to autos
The Bhartiya Kisan Union (BKU) on Friday lodged a complaint at Ghaziabad’s Kaushambi Police Station against BJP MLAs Nand Kishore Gurjar and Sunil Sharma for being allegedly current on the protest web site on Thursday night and inciting their supporters to take pleasure in violence with the farmers protesting on the Ghazipur border.
In the complaint, Digambar Singh, president of the youth part of BKU, held the MLAs accountable for beating up farmers, eradicating their tents, and inflicting injury to autos.
On Thursday, BKU nationwide spokesperson Rakesh Tikait stated he feared that his supporters could be overwhelmed up by BJP individuals after his arrest. “My respect is secondary to my supporters’ dignity. They are here for two months because of my call. I can’t leave them orphaned to be beaten up by members of the ruling party,” he said.
Anshu Jain, Circle Officer, Indirapuram, stated a complaint had been obtained and so they have been verifying the fees earlier than registering an FIR.
MLA’s letter to Home Minister
Notably, Mr. Gurjar had written a letter to the Home Minister on Wednesday, the place he described Mr. Tikait and different farmer leaders as “atankwadis” (terrorists) and appealed that these leaders be ‘hanged’ after their case is heard in a fast-track court docket.
In the letter, he additionally stated that if the Delhi Police have been discovering it troublesome to take away them from the protest web site, they need to direct us. “We would remove them in 24 hours in national interest,” he stated.
On Friday, Mr. Gurjar launched a video whereby he stated he was not current on the protest web site and described Mr. Tikait as a so-called farmer.
BJP sources stated the senior management was not proud of the conduct of the MLAs and a proof is likely to be sought from them.
Ranjeeta Dhama, Chairman of Loni Municipality has written a letter to Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, stating that Mr. Gurjar was working against the pursuits of the social gathering.
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