Complaint against Kumar Vishwas in MP for hurting religious sentiments

The complaint was lodged with the TT Nagar police station by local social activist Abhinav Chakradhar yesterday.

hidden January 29, 2014 15:03:39 IST
Complaint against Kumar Vishwas in MP for hurting religious sentiments

Bhopal: A complaint has been filed here against AAP leader Kumar Vishwas for allegedly hurting religious sentiments during his discourses.

The complaint was lodged with the TT Nagar police station by local social activist Abhinav Chakradhar yesterday.

Complaint against Kumar Vishwas in MP for hurting religious sentiments

Kumar Vishwas. Ibnlive

Chakradhar, who runs an NGO in the city has charged the poet-turned politician for deriding deities and hurting the religious beliefs of Hindus and Muslims in Mushairas and Kavi Sammelans held in the state and across the country.

The complainant said that his grievance has nothing to do with Vishwas being an AAP member.

"Making fun of politicians and celebrities was acceptable but Vishwas has crossed the line and was hurting religious beliefs," he alleged.

Chakradhar has also submitted a video footage of various programmes in which Vishwas featured in many cities including Bhopal, in support of his charges.

PTI

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