Delhi Police won't file FIR against Sena MP accused of force feeding Muslim canteen staff during Ramzan
Almost a year after a Shiv Sena MP sparked controversy by force feeding a Muslim canteen supervisor at the Maharashtra Sadan in Delhi, the Delhi Police has not yet registered an FIR in the case.
A court today directed the Delhi Police to file an action taken report (ATR) on a complaint against Shiv Sena MP Rajan Vichare for allegedly force-feeding an IRCTC employee who was on fast during Ramzan
The last week's incident which came to light only two days ago has sparked off nation-wide outrage and also led to ruckus in Parliament.
Sometimes a chapati is not just a chappati. It's an attempt to muzzle the Hindutva lion Shiv Sena. And sometimes a goonda is not being communal. He is just being a goonda. The chapatti mystery shows that truth can take many shapes.
There have been allegations of corruption in the construction contracts for Maharashtra Sadan.
A shakha pramukh, corporator and former mayor, Vichare has been a Sena loyalist first picked by Thane's Anand Dighe.
Coalition dharma cannot be cause for the BJP to seek refuge in a diplomatic silence over the Rajan Vichare episode. It must speak out against the Shiv Sena's hooliganism loud and clear.
NSUI members began protesting outside the parliament in New Delhi against the Shiv Sena MP Rajan Vichare force-feeding a fasting Muslim IRCTC employee.
A caterer of the IRCTC-managed canteen at New Maharashtra Sadan, who was force-fed by a Shiv Sena MP, has claimed chapatis were forced into his mouth.
That the MPs, who as a class, vote privileges onto themselves and consider themselves the only one entitled to the cream of the land, consider that they can protest at anything that goes against their grain.
The Lok Sabha faced protests this morning after reports emerged that Shiv Sena MPs forced a Muslim catering manager at Maharashtra Sadan to break his Ramzan fast and consume a chappati, allegedly for serving them tasteless food.