A video purportedly displaying a younger girl being faraway from the stage after she raised ‘Bharat Mata ki jai” and “Jai Shri Ram” slogans throughout an Independence Day operate in Indore has gone viral on social media.
The incident occurred in Rajbada space of the town on Sunday throughout the occasion that was organised by a neighborhood resident named Bilal Khan, sources near PTI mentioned.
After the video began making rounds on social media, BJP MLA Malini Laxman Singh Gaud on Wednesday demanded authorized motion in opposition to the individuals liable for taking the lady off stage and mentioned that “Taliban tradition” won’t be allowed within the nation.
Within the video, the younger girl is heard elevating slogans of ‘Bharat Mata ki jai” after which chanting “Jai Jai Shri Ram”. Following this, some youths from the viewers get up and begin elevating ‘Ya Hussain’ slogans.
The video then reveals some individuals arguing with the lady following the sloganeering, after which a policeman intervenes and he or she is taken off stage.
Speaking to reporters, MLA Gaud mentioned, “I’ve seen this video as we speak. The incident of the younger girl being taken off the stage is shameful and we condemn the misbehaviour together with her.”
Talibani tradition won’t be allowed on this nation and authorized motion needs to be taken in opposition to the individuals who took the woman off the stage, she mentioned.
Ms Gaud mentioned, “Individuals residing in India should chant ‘Bharat mata ki jai” and ‘Vande Mataram”. Those that don’t achieve this needs to be thrown out of right here.”
Sarafa police station in-charge Sunil Sharma instructed PTI that the lady had expressed a want to converse throughout the Independence Day operate, however the individuals current there opposed the controversial a part of her speech.
He mentioned that the lady remained on the stage for a couple of minutes solely and left quickly after the uproar whereas the organisers of the occasion introduced the scenario beneath management.
Police have registered a case beneath IPC part 188 (disobedience to order duly promulgated by public servant) in opposition to Bilal Khan and others for organising the programme with out permission of the administration, Mr Sharma added.
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