Senior Congress chief Digvijaya Singh on Sunday ended his protest sit-in outdoors Khajuraho police station in Madhya Pradesh’s Chhatarpur in opposition to the loss of life of a celebration member through the Meeting elections held on November 17.
A Congress MP named Salman Khan died after he was run over by a automobile throughout a conflict with BJP employees in Rajnagar Meeting seat.
Singh started his protest on Saturday with occasion members Alok Kahturvedi and Vikram Singh, and stayed in a single day in a tent outdoors the police station.
In the meantime, BJP state president V D Sharma, in a grievance to the Election Fee of India (ECI), claimed that the police acted biased and alleged that Khan was killed by Congress candidate Vikram Singh Nati Raja to affect the polls.
Late on Friday evening, police registered a homicide case in opposition to Arvind Patria, the BJP candidate from Rajnagar constituency, and another folks.
Talking to reporters on Sunday morning, Digvijaya Singh mentioned that an FIR has been registered in opposition to 20 folks within the case, however not one of the accused have been arrested but and the automobile underneath which Khan was crushed to loss of life has not been seized.
Singh additional advised the Khan household that he believes justice won’t be carried out on this case underneath the BJP authorities within the state.
“By now, it was assumed that at the very least one individual would have been arrested or a car or two seized. If there had been anybody else, bulldozers would have been utilized by now (to demolish the property of the accused as has been carried out in a number of instances by the parliamentary authorities) within the latest previous.” ) He mentioned.
Singh asserted that BJP leaders and the federal government wish to withdraw the case in opposition to Patria, however that won’t be allowed to occur because it was not an accident however a homicide.
Singh had mentioned that the unrest would unfold to different elements of the state if motion was not taken, including that Patria was altering his statements on the difficulty.
In the meantime, a delegation led by BJP MP V D Sharma has filed a grievance with the ECI accusing the police of appearing biased in opposition to Patria.
Within the memorandum addressed to the Election Fee of India, the BJP alleged that Khajuraho police station in-charge Sandeep Khare and Chhatarpur Superintendent of Police Amit Sangh had been Congress-minded and had been working to assist candidate Vikram Singh Nati Raja.
Talking to reporters later, Sharma mentioned the police didn’t take any motion on the grievance of Patria, who was allegedly attacked by Vikram Singh and his supporters.
He alleged that underneath stress from the Congress, the police detained 35 folks, together with 20 BJP employees, on costs of homicide with none investigation.
Sharma alleged that Vikram Singh and his supporters killed Khan to affect the elections.
Sharma additionally questioned how the administration allowed the (Congress) agitation outdoors the police station when the Mannequin Code of Conduct for Meeting elections was nonetheless in drive.
In the meantime, Superintendent of Police Amit Sanghi mentioned that elected representatives and the household of the deceased got here to satisfy him and had been assured of applicable motion within the case.
The daddy of the deceased, Haroon Khan, mentioned that the sit-in was withdrawn after assurances from the SP.
However, Digvijaya Singh mentioned that strict motion should be taken in opposition to the accused in any other case, if vital, the agitation will probably be held once more.
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