Samajwadi Party workers have been arrested for raising slogans regarding the Minister of State for Sports of Uttar Pradesh.
Baliya: Police have arrested five SP workers for allegedly raising objectionable slogans by Samajwadi Party workers regarding the Minister of State for Sports in Uttar Pradesh. Additional Superintendent of Police Sanjay Yadav said on Monday that SP workers Shailendra Yadav, Manish Yadav, Tinkle Singh, Shivpal Singh Yadav and Vikas Kumar Ojha have been arrested for allegedly raising objectionable slogans. Also Read – Maharashtra: Shiv Sena leader said on forming alliance with BJP again – We are like Aamir Khan- Kiran Rao, but friendship will remain
In Ballia city Kotwali, on the complaint of Ashwini Tiwari, the nephew of State Minister of State for Sports (Independent Charge) Upendra Tiwari, against ten people including Ambika Chaudhary, who was a minister in Mulayam Singh and Akhilesh Yadav government and his son and newly elected President of District Panchayat Anand Chaudhary. A case was registered against the named and many unknown people. Also Read – Kalyan Singh’s condition critical, CM Yogi and Defense Minister could not recognize Rajnath, former Chief Minister
Tiwari complains that a victory procession was taken out at five o’clock in the evening of July 3 to commemorate the victory of Anand Chaudhary, the newly elected district panchayat president of SP and during that time some youth allegedly made obscene and derogatory actions against Upendra Tiwari and his family and relatives. words used. Also Read – UP: CBI registers new case in Akhilesh Yadav government’s Gomti Riverfront project scam, raids more than 40 places
Meanwhile, Ambika Chaudhary on Monday alleged that Minister of State Tiwari spoke abusive words in the presence of BJP leaders from a public platform. He said that no leader of his party had expressed any rude reaction against it. He alleged that the BJP has raised slogans by sending its people on the road as a conspiracy to defame the SP and register a fake case against the party leaders.