- Chowdhary’s troubles escalated over ‘national wife’ remark
- FIR registered in Madhya Pradesh regarding statement
- FIR transferred from Dindori Kotwali to Delhi
‘Rashtrapatni’ row: An FIR has been registered in Madhya Pradesh against Leader of Congress in Lok Sabha Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury for his controversial remarks against President Draupadi Murmu on a complaint by a Bharatiya Janata Party leader. An FIR registered under various sections of the Indian Penal Code (IPC), including promoting enmity between different groups at Dindori police station, has been sent to Police Station Sansad Marg in New Delhi for action, a police officer said on Sunday. Is.
FIR Delhi transfer from Dindori Kotwali
Madhya Pradesh’s Dindori Kotwali police station in-charge CK Sirame said that on the complaint of former Madhya Pradesh minister Om Prakash Dhurve, a case has been registered against Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury under sections 153 (A) (1) and 505 of IPC. He said, “The FIR has been transferred by Dindori Superintendent of Police Sanjay Singh to Delhi Police for observation and investigation.” Singh told the media on Sunday that since the incident took place in New Delhi, the FIR has to be processed. The police station in New Delhi has been sent to Sansad Marg. In his complaint, Dhurve claimed that the sentiments of the tribals were hurt by Chaudhary’s remarks.
Apologizes to President for ‘national wife’ remark
Leader of Congress in Lok Sabha Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury on Friday apologized to President Draupadi Murmu for his remarks in which he addressed the President as ‘national wife’. He wrote a letter to the President saying that he accidentally used a wrong word for the presidency. Chowdhury said, “I assure you that it was due to slip of tongue. I apologize and urge you to accept it.” Let us tell you that the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and the Congress made sharp attacks on each other and the proceedings of both the houses of Parliament were also disrupted.
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