FIR lodged against Amit Shah over his reported controversial statemen
On the instruction of the Election commission,Uttar Police in Bijnore today registered a FIR against BJP Prime Ministerial candidate Narendra modi's aide Amit Shah for his controversial statement in a Jat meeting.
Additional Superintendent of Police (ASP), Bijnore, Sunil Singh told UNI on telephone from Bijnore that FIR has been registered at Bijnore Kotwali under section 153(A) of the IPC and 125 of the Representation of Peoples Act. He said that investigation was underway in the case.
Earlier UP Chief electoral officer Umesh Sinha had sent the CD of the controversial remarks by Shah along with the report of District Election Officer to the Election Commission.
The Chief Electoral Officer of UP had yesterday taken cognizance of Shah's statement and had sought the CD along with a detailed report from the district authorities. The Congress has lodged a complaint with the Election
Commission against Mr Shah's alleged provocative speech that had sought to create animosity between communities. Leaders of other political parties have too demanded action against Shah.
In his speech, Shah, the in-charge of UP in the Lok Sabha elections, had exhorted the jat community to avenge their humiliation at the hands of ruling Samajwadi Party during Muzaffarnagar riots.
In an attempt to polarise the hindu votes in the favour of BJP, he asked them to take up elections as an issue of their 'self dignity' and 'self esteem' and handover a crushing defeat to SP and other parties engaged in the appeasement in the name of secularism.
(Posted on 07-04-2014)