Gwalior News: Scindia, Silavat and Sisodia accused of speaking intemperate language, case filed in Gwalior court

A complaint has been filed against Union Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia, state cabinet ministers Tulsiram Silavat and Mahendra Sisodia in the Gwalior District and Sessions Court. Accused of making objectionable remarks against former Chief Minister and Rajya Sabha MP Digvijay Singh. Advocate Nitin Sharma of the legal cell of the Congress lodged a complaint with the Inderganj police station. No action was taken on him, so Sharma has taken refuge in the court.

In the complaint filed in the court by JMFC Rupali Uike, it has been demanded that the politicians have used the language of double standard. This should be banned. Crime should be registered against them under sections 153A and 499 of IPC. The court has accepted the complaint for the time being. In Shajapur, Digvijay Singh accused Union Minister Scindia that while in the Congress, he had talked about taking to the streets in favor of the teachers, but after joining the BJP, he forgot his promise.

A leader like Mahakal Scindia should not be born again in the Congress. On this, Scindia also appealed to Mahakal and said that such anti-nationals should not be born in India in future. On this issue, Silavat told Digvijay Singh as Corona, while Sisodia also verbally attacked Digvijay. Sharma said that political people should speak the language of restraint and not unrestrained. Its hearing will now be held on May 8. Notices can be issued to all the three parties.

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