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Case registered against CM Yogi in UP for ‘Abba Jaan’ statement, hearing on September 22

A case has been registered against Yogi Adityanath in Bihar.

Patna: In Bihar’s Muzaffarpur, a youth has filed a petition in the district court against Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath for his remarks about Abba Jaan in a public meeting in Kushinagar recently. The complainant Tamannaah Hashmi, a resident of Ahiyapur area of ​​Muzaffarpur, filed a complaint alleging that the constitutional post, Yogi Adityanath targeted a particular community to divide voters into two groups ahead of the upcoming Uttar Pradesh Assembly Election 2022. Made it.Also Read – UP Assembly Election 2022: Rahul Gandhi’s target on UP CM – what a Yogi who hates

Yogi had publicly said that people who called ‘Abba Jaan’ used to eat ration of the poor during the previous governments in Uttar Pradesh. Now his government has stopped such practice. On this Tamannaah Hashmi said – A person sitting on the post of Chief Minister has made derogatory remarks against a particular community. Such controversial statements lead to partition of the country. This is nothing but an attempt to target a community to garner votes. Also Read – UP: CM Yogi said – Those who say Abbajan used to digest ration, Congress is the mother of terrorism in the country

The complainant said, I have filed the petition in the court of Chief Judicial Magistrate in Muzaffarpur district court. The next hearing of the case has been fixed on September 21. Let us tell you that for this statement of CM Yogi, Rahul Gandhi has also targeted Yogi Adityanath. Also Read – UP Assembly Election 2022: Congress’s big statement – will fight elections on its own under the leadership of Priyanka, CM face is also fixed


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