Case against Congress worker for threatening Jyotiraditya Scindia over non-inclusion of MLA in Madhya Pradesh cabinet
A case has been registered here against a Congress worker for allegedly threatening senior party leader Jyotiraditya Scindia over non-inclusion of MLA KP Singh Kakkaju in the Madhya Pradesh cabinet.
Shivpuri: A case has been registered here against a Congress worker for allegedly threatening senior party leader Jyotiraditya Scindia over non-inclusion of MLA KP Singh Kakkaju in the Madhya Pradesh cabinet.
Police said the accused, Arnav Pratap Singh Chouhan, (22), a resident of Kararkheda, is reportedly a supporter of Kakkaju. Police official Badam Singh Yadav said a case under IPC section 506 (criminal intimidation) was registered against Chouhan on a complaint filed by one of Scindia's supporters. No arrest has been made.
Kakkaju, the legislator from Pichhore, was being considered a strong contender for a cabinet post in the Kamal Nath-led government. Kakkaju's supporters had staged a protest in Bhopal on 25 December as he failed to find a berth in the Congress government which came to power after the last month's elections.
In a Facebook post on 25 December, Chouhan wrote, "Scindia should not enter Pichhore....Kakkaju Jindabad." It was accompanied by a picture with a pistol. He, however, deleted the post later and apologised for it.
Find latest and upcoming tech gadgets online on Tech2 Gadgets. Get technology news, gadgets reviews & ratings. Popular gadgets including laptop, tablet and mobile specifications, features, prices, comparison.
Rape of minor in Punjab triggers political slugfest; Congress, BJP accuse each other of selective outrage
The BJP attacked Rahul Gandhi and Priyanka Gandhi Vadra of being selective in cases of atrocities against women and questioned their 'silence' over the alleged rape and killing of a six-year-old girl in Punjab
As next week's US election approaches, Indian author Avirook Sen will send despatches from Texas as part of a multi-part satirical series that seeks to probe the assertion that Donald Trump has killed satire
Punjab wastes chance to frame path-breaking farm laws; neglects ancillary workers, protects land holding farmers
In a quest to oppose what the state considers as Centre's hegemony, Punjab brings out three farm bills but crippled with bureaucratic clog and little creativity.