7 Jul 2023

Madhya Pradesh Sidhi Urination Incident: Why Bhojpuri Singer Neha Rathore Has Been Booked

Bhopal: A case has been filed against Bhojpuri singer Neha Singh Rathore for her social media post in the Sidhi urination incident in the poll-bound Madhya Pradesh.

Neha, known for her song 'UP me ka ba', has shared a post on the urination incident in which a man urinated on a tribal. In her social media post, she shared a picture showing a half-naked man, apparently accused Pravesh Shukla, urinating on a tribal, Dashmesh Rawat. The man who was urinating was seen wearing a white half-sleeved shirt, a black cap on his head and his khaki shorts were kept aside.

Neha targeted RSS, claims FIR

The FIR was lodged by BJP worker Suraj Khare at Habibganj police station in Bhopal claiming that Neha has targeted RSS through her social media post. The FIR was filed under Section 153(A) (promoting enmity between different groups on grounds of religion, race etc.) of the Indian Penal Code (IPC). 

Neha Rathore also posted a message, saying, "A BJP leader has filed a case against me for criticising Sidhi's incident.”

Earlier in February this year, Rathore was served a notice over her song 'UP Me Ka Ba' which criticised the Uttar Pradesh government over the death of a mother-daughter duo in Kanpur Dehat during an eviction drive.

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