5 May 2023

Bajrang Dal Controversy Reaches Madhya Pradesh, After Jabalpur Bid To Attack Congress Office In Balaghat, Bajrangis Clash With Police

Balaghat (Madhya Pradesh): The controversy over Bajrang Dal, which started with the Karnataka elections, continues to escalate. Ever since the Congress  talked about banning Bajrang Dal in its manifesto for the Karnataka assembly elections, a controversy has erupted all over the country on this topic. Now this controversy has caught fire in MP. 


Elections are going to be held in Madhya Pradesh this year, in such a situation this issue can be troublesome for the Congress. On Thursday, Bajrang Dal workers allegedly ransacked the Congress office in Jabalpur and on Friday they tried to attack party office in Balaghat. Meanwhile, Digvijaya Singh has written a letter to PM Modi on this issue.


Workers of Bajrang Dal and Vishwa Hindu Parishad created ruckus at the Congress office in Balaghat as well. The protesters took out a rally and reached the Congress office. The effigy of Congress National President Mallikarjun Kharge was burnt. Meanwhile, some workers tried to attack the Congress office. When cops tried to stop them, the protesting workers clashed with the police. After this, the police chased them away using mild force.

In fact, in its manifesto released for the Karnataka elections, the Congress has talked about banning the Bajrang Dal. Bajrang Dal workers are angry about this. Earlier on Thursday, Bajrang Dal barged into the Congress office in Jabalpur and ransacked it.

Hanuman Chalisa recited


VHP and Bajrang Dal workers took out a rally from the Utkrisht Vidyalaya grounds and reached in front of the District Congress office. Hanuman Chalisa was recited here. After this, the VHP and Bajrang Dal workers, who were trying to enter the district Congress office, were chased away by the police. Bajrang Dal and VHP activists burnt Kharge's effigy while raising slogans against Congress at Hanuman Chowk.

Policemen deployed


In view of the protests of VHP and Bajrang Dal, Additional Superintendent of Police Vijay Dabur and City Superintendent of Police Anjul Ayank Mishra were present on the spot. A large number of policemen were deployed with them.

After the attack on the Congress office, Congress leaders demanded to register a case against VHP city president Sushil Thakur and 50-60 known and unknown protesters. The police have said that further action will be taken after investigations.


Digvijaya Singh wrote a letter to PM Modi

Digvijaya Singh has written a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the subject. After this letter, there has been a stir in the politics of MP. Sharing the letter on Twitter, Digvijaya Singh said that in the year 2000, I had proposed to ban outfits like Bajrang Dal and SIMI and the proposal was sent to the then Atal government, but my proposal was not accepted. It is a matter of disappointment for me that it took time for people to understand my move. Bajrang Dal openly displays weapons and works to spoil the atmosphere.


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