The police have registered a case against BJP leader Sandipani Bhardwaj after a complaint lodged against for making a public statement of beheading poltical opponents.
The police have also started investigating the video of speech by the BJP leader during a public address in Theog constituency after candidate Ajay Shyam filed his nomination.
The FIR was registered after the BJP leader made a controversial statement that One Guddu and Ashok (mentioned by Sandipani Bhardwaj in his speech) came with ‘dangri’ (Sharp weapon) at Dhalli during election canvassing asking him whose head to behead. Bhardwaj also praised the two BJP workers for their deeds which was aplauded by the party workers sitting in the front stage of the dias.
Giving statement over the BJP remarks person alleged person Guddu had denied such reference made by Sandipani Bhardwaj about bringing Dangri. Another person Ashok Kanwar also denied Bhardwaj’s statement. Kanwar has told that he too never said this to Sandipani Bhardwaj.
However during the alleged speech Bhardwaj did not stop there and said many other objectionable things also, while women and children were present in the gathering.
The leader was in the race for BJP ticket but party Mahsu Mandal Chief Ajay Shyam was rather put in fray. Ajay Shyam a no- voice in electrol politics and party was alloted ticket, awarding him for filling sediation case againsit noted Indian Journalist late Vinod Dua.
A purported video related to this is becoming increasingly viral on social media, in which a BJP leader is talking about beheading.
Deputy Commissioner Shimla Aditya Negi has given directions to the police about investigating the matter.
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