Will Kailash Vijayvargiya's troubles increase?

Will Kailash Vijayvargiya's troubles increase? 

Madhya Pradesh cabinet minister Kailash Vijayvargiya's troubles may increase. In fact, after the riots in Khargone in the year 2022, Vijayvargiya had shared a message on his social media handle, after which he was accused of inciting social harmony. Regarding this, the congress leader filed a petition against him in the court. After the hearing, the court ordered Tilaknagar police to investigate this matter and register an FIR. At the same time, on the orders of the court, congress spokesperson Aminul Khan Suri has also handed over the documents to the police.

PCC spokesperson had filed the petition

Let us tell you, there was violence in Khargone district on ram Navami on 10 april 2022 last year and after this violence, the current cabinet minister Kailash Vijayvargiya had uploaded a video on his social media. Kailash Vijayvargiya had described this video as that of Khargone and he had also commented on the minority class. In this entire matter, madhya pradesh congress Committee spokesperson and congress leader Dr. Aminul Khan Suri had filed a petition in the indore bench of the High Court. This petition was heard on april 16 and the indore bench of the high court has ordered the Tilak nagar police station to complete the investigation within 3 months and register an FIR.

Copy of petition also submitted to police

On Monday, congress leaders reached Tilak nagar police station with a copy of the same order of the high court, where they handed over the copy of the court order to the police and demanded an investigation as soon as possible and an FIR registered. Giving information, congress leader Aminul Khan Suri said that he had filed a petition in the indore high court, and during its hearing, the high court ordered the police to file a First Information Report after investigation within 90 days. At the same time, the high court told Aminul Khan Suri to present the certified copy of the order at Tilak nagar police station.

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