Bhopal: Hours after BJP leader Surendra Nath Singh threatened to spill the blood of Madhya Pradesh’s CM Kamal Nath, the party served him a notice for his bold speech.
Singh was caught in controversy while he was leading a protest against action being taken against the poor vendors, the inflated power bills handed to slum dwellers, TN reports.
He said “blood will flow on the streets, and that blood will be of Kamal Nath”.
The former MLA has also threatened to spill the blood of state’s chief secretary SR Mohanty, if justice was not served to common people.
Responding to Singh’s comment, CM Nath said that the house has already taken condemned the BJP’s bold statement.
“I don’t need to say anything about this anymore. This has been the BJP’s culture to spread anarchy. The BJP members preach values and character but their own office bearers and workers have always stayed away from such conduct,” IANS quoted Nath as saying.
Taking action in the matter, Bhopal police registered a case against Surendra Nath Singh for holding a protest in Roshanpura area of the city “in violation of prohibition orders” and for his comment on MP CM Kamal Nath under IPC section 188 (disobedience to order duly promulgated by public servant) and 143 (unlawful assembly) for violating the prohibitory orders under section 144 of the CrPC which was imposed in the area.
Several other party members also criticized Singh for his actions saying it is against PM Modi’s stated policy of conduct.