TS Singhdeo Complaint Against Kapil Mishra’s Remark

Story Highlights
  • Singhdeo filed a FIR for tarnishing the image of Rahul Gandhi.
  • This includes Rahul’s visit to Nepal to attend marriage function.
  • Opposition ex-Minister Brijmohan Agarwal reacted strongly and said TS is irrelevant in Chhattisgarh politics.

Bastar: Health Minister TS Singhdeo filed a police complaint against Delhi BJP leader Kapil Mishra in Bastar against the unwarranted vulgar remark made against Rahul Gandhi’s recent Nepal trip. Tweets allegedly paint Rahul in a bad light and portray him as China’s friend. TS, who was on a two days trip to Bastar, filed a complaint in Jagdalpur’s city Kotwali Police station against the ex-MLA Delhi Kapil Mishra and other BJP leaders on Thursday.

While speaking to FPJ over the phone TS said, Kapil Mishra and other BJP leaders’ tweets were highly objectionable and if anyone attempts for such misdeed will be dealt with accordingly under law. It is an attempt at character assassination. As a dedicated Congress worker I have filed a complaint in City Kotwali, the Health Minister said. Apart from filing FIR, I will also drag these leaders into court, TS said.

Moreover, recently Rahul Gandhi attended a marriage function in a hotel in Kathmandu, Nepal and after that, a video went viral on social media and he was portrayed speaking with a lady who was allegedly rumoured as a Chinese envoy cum spy. The allegations were later on refuted by Congress National Spokesperson Surjewala.

However, after TS filed a complaint against Kapil Mishra and other leaders, Chhattisgarh BJP ex-Minister Brijmohan Agarwal reacted strongly and said, actually TS becomes irrelevant in Chhattisgarh politics, and even Baghel government collector and Superintendent of Police neglects him. To get over the neglect and frustration and to appease Gandhi’s family and top brass Congress leaders he used to do such activities. Nobody took him seriously as Rahul Gandhi became irrelevant in national politics, Brijmohan said.

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