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In his grievance, Jagmohan Singh Raju claimed that Kejriwal, in his remarks, had accused PM Modi of getting an understanding with Pakistan

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BJP chief and former IAS officer Jagmohan Singh Raju on Tuesday mentioned he has lodged a grievance with the Punjab Police in opposition to AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal for allegedly making objectionable remarks in opposition to Prime Minister Narendra Modi. In his grievance lodged with police in Mohali, Raju mentioned he got here throughout a video on social media through which Kejriwal made “extremely disturbing, surprising and seditious” remarks in opposition to the prime minister throughout a rally.

Raju had unsuccessfully fought the 2022 state meeting polls from the Amritsar East constituency. In his grievance, Raju claimed that Kejriwal, in his remarks, had accused PM Modi of getting an understanding with Pakistan and alleged that the AAP chief was trying to convey hatred, contempt, disaffection in opposition to the elected authorities together with his remarks.

“Such statements, being made to the general public at giant are extremely provocative, insinuating and willfully instigative by an incumbent chief minister of the capital of this nation,” mentioned Raju in his grievance. “Such unfairly and unfoundedly allegations in the direction of the prime minister have greater bearing of inflicting instability and concord and that too by an individual who’s the chief minister and his assertions might carry weight within the minds of people that in any other case might ignore such statements made by an strange politician,” mentioned Raju.

He urged the police to take motion in opposition to the Delhi chief minister.

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