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Indore: Case registered against Priyanka Gandhi, Kamal Nath and Arun Yadav in Indore in 50 percent commission tweet case

Pankaj Prasad
Complaint against Priyanka Gandhi Vadra
Complaint against Priyanka Gandhi Vadra

BJP city president Gaurav Randive said that the Congress has no issue left to go among the public, so it is resorting to lies.

Congress leader Priyanka Gandhi Vadra's tweet demanding 50 percent commission in Madhya Pradesh has heated up politics. In Indore, the office bearers of the BJP legal cell lodged a complaint against Priyanka at the Sanyogitaganj police station for tweeting on the basis of a fake Sangh letter. At night the police have registered a case against Priyanka Gandhi Vadra, former Chief Minister Kamal Nath, former minister Arun Yadav. It is alleged that tweets were made on the basis of fake organization and letter.

On the complaint of BJP legal cell official Nimesh Pathak, the police have registered a case against four leaders including Priyanka Gandhi Vadra under Section 420 and Section 469. On the complaint made by the BJP leaders in the police station, it was said that Priyanka in her tweet Small and Medium Category Contractors Union has been mentioned.

He is not in the state, nor has Gyanendra Awasthi, the person who complained about 50 percent commission to the High Court, come forward. Congress has made misleading allegations on the basis of dummy association and person viral on social media. If the complainant himself comes forward and makes allegations, we should also respond, but the Congress is resorting to false propaganda only to damage the image of the BJP government.

BJP city president Gaurav Randive said that the Congress has no issue left to go among the public, so it is resorting to lies. Big leaders of Congress are also involved in this work. Randive said that BJP will always fight for such lies. Priyanka's tweet and misleading letter have been complained in the police station. After investigation, the police have registered a case against Priyanka Gandhi Vadra, Kamal Nath and Arun Yadav.