Shimla, Oct 2
Ruling BJP party member of Assembly from Dharmshala Vishal Nehriya expressed regret about the physical assault on his wife who is also a state administive Officer Oshin Sharma in the month of June this year.
Appearing on Social Media page on Saturday Nehriya expressed regret over Physical assault on his spouse after two months of their marriage.
He appealed to people, to not pass any comments and remarks on his post as it may further harm their estranged relationship moreover he caution that it is their personal matter.
BJP MLA said that on Jun 26 2021 after their estranged relationship his wife Oshin Sharma had shared a video post on social media accusing him for the physical assault.
“I considered myself solely responsible for the post made by her, after the incident” Nehriya expressed sorry over the outcome too.
He said that he found that in the video posts made by Oshin Sharma some of the viewer reacted with anguish over him for which he was accountable.
MLA said that since he wants to be in peace over this matter all viewers of his post are requested to not pass any comments or remarks which would further harm their relationship.
It is worthwhile to mention that Oshin Sharma released a social media posts which is still on some of website and news portal declaring to siezed all relationship with him however she did not file FIR against the MLA.
Opposition Congress and other woman organizatios had condemned and protested against the Jai Ram Thakur Government for being soft on the domestic crime done by party MLA.
BJP state executive committee meeting was convened at Dharmshala tomorrow to decide about the party candidates for Mandi Parliamentary and Three Vidhan Sabha bye election to be held on October 30.
Nehriya who was green horn was elected on the BJP tickets first time in 2019 bye election from Dharmshala Assembly as Member of Parliament Kishan Kapoor vacated this seat after he was elected from Kangra LS seats in 2019 general election.
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