On New Year’s Day, a bunch of farmers unloaded a dung-laden trolley in entrance of BJP chief Tikshan Sud’s home within the Indian state of Punjab. Local police registered a case in opposition to the accused, who stand accused of of try to homicide and home trespassing with the intention to trigger hurt.
India’s ruling social gathering has slammed Congress social gathering chief and Punjab state chief Captain Amarinder Singh for firming down a police grievance in opposition to the individuals who threatened BJP chief Tikshan Sud by dumping cow dung at his home.
Speaking to the media, the Bharatiya Janata Party’s (BJP) National General Secretary Tarun Chugh together with a number of different leaders, together with former Union minister Vijay Sampla, criticised the Punjab state chief for altering Section 307 (try to homicide) within the police grievance.
“How much more blatant can the Chief Minister of a state get? He (Amarinder) has not only got the section in FIR (police complaint) changed but also transferred the officer (Station House Officer) for doing his job,” mentioned BJP chief Chugh.
He slammed the state chief for operating Punjab by giving a free hand to anti-social components to assault social gathering workplace bearers and employees.
Meanwhile, BJP’s Tikshan Sud, a three-time lawmaker from Punjab whose home was attacked, described the act as stage-managed by the Congress party-led state authorities.
“We had shown proof of the attack to the police chief and he was satisfied following which the case was registered. The case wasn’t registered against anyone just for the sake of fun,” he mentioned.
Former Union Minister Sampla acknowledged that the state authorities is meant to keep up regulation and order however the reverse is occurring in Punjab.
On Wednesday, the state chief ordered the switch of the officer who had registered the “attempt to murder” case, saying: “The officer had gone overboard in registering a case under Section 307 of the IPC. There was no attempt to murder.”
As per media experiences, Sud was attacked over his alleged derogatory remarks that individuals have been “going to Delhi’s borders for a picnic”. The assertion got here as hundreds of farmers from Punjab are tenting on Delhi’s borders in opposition to the lately handed agricultural legal guidelines.