BJP candidate Bisahulal Singh from Annupur. (Credit: Twitter)
A case was registered towards the minister Bisahulal Singh on the grievance of the Congress candidate’s spouse, Rajvati Singh, beneath IPC part 294 (obscene language).
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A case was registered towards Madhya Pradesh Meals and Civil Provides Minister Bisahulal Singh on Tuesday for allegedly making a derogatory assertion about Congress chief Vishwanath Singh Kunjam’s spouse. The controversy involving the BJP minister adopted shut on the heels of state Congress chief Kamal Nath coming beneath hearth for calling BJP minister Imarti Devi “merchandise”.
In a video that went viral on Monday, Singh was purportedly heard describing the second spouse of Kunjam, his Congress rival for Anuppur meeting bypoll, as “mistress”.
“Why Vishwanath Singh is hiding details about his first spouse and talked about his ‘Rakhail’ (mistress) within the nomination papers? He has not given details about his first spouse, however about his mistress,” he was heard as saying.
Kunjam termed Singh’s assertion as baseless and stated he’ll file a defamation swimsuit towards him. A case was registered towards the BJP minister on the grievance of the Congress candidate’s spouse Rajvati Singh beneath IPC part 294 (obscene language), Kotwali police station in-charge Narendra Pal stated.
Rajvati reached the police station to file grievance with a lot of ladies. “I thought of Bisahulal as my father however he used such a derogatory phrase for me and I’m actually pained by it,” she informed reporters.
The MP Ladies’s Fee has additionally demanded a proof from Bisahulal Singh, stated fee member Sangeeta Sharma. Nonetheless, the state BJP’s spokesperson Neha Bagga criticised the fee for not taking cognizance of the derogatory assertion made by Kamal Nath.