Senior BJP leader Kailash Vijayvargiya has triggered a controversy with his remark that he entertains party workers’ requests to protected their release from police custody. “You have to do it sometimes,” he reported at a function in Madhya Pradesh’s Mandsaur district on Friday, prompting a counterattack by the Congress.
“Even when I am in Kolkata, I get phone calls from celebration personnel at 2 AM. Some of them say they have been caught by cops while taking part in cards. The occasion personnel are most critical for us, so I have to contact anxious law enforcement stations to help the induce of the social gathering employees,” he mentioned at a operate, addressing bash employees.
Congress spokesperson Narendra Saluja claimed the senior leader’s remark gave a glimpse of the vision of Key Minister Narendra Modi and Residence Minister Amit Shah for the country.
“Modi-Shah led BJP, is this the vision on New India in the BJP, forcing the police to release BJP employees caught enjoying cards at 2 in the night,” he tweeted.
Mr Vijayvargiya, a senior chief from Madhya Pradesh who also overseas the party’s affairs in West Bengal, is identified for earning controversial responses.
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Not too long ago, he claimed that he experienced expended money to make certain get together candidate Usha Thakur gained the 2018 Madhya Pradesh Assembly election.
“I suggested her (Usha Thakur’s) name for the Mhow seat and gave a promise to the celebration to get the seat for her. Let me tell you that I spent excellent volume of funds there with out she understanding about it,” he experienced mentioned.
The Congress experienced filed a criticism with the Election Commission over the remark.
BJP’s Shivraj Singh Chouhan replaced Kamal Nath as the Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister earlier this yr pursuing the collapse of the Congress govt.