MLA Jignesh Mevani, who was arrested again shortly after getting bail, attacked the Assam Police

Guwahati: Gujarat MLA Jignesh Mevani, who was arrested from Assam in connection with a controversial tweet against PM Narendra Modi, was granted bail by the Kokrajhar Court of Assam on Monday (April 25, 2022). However, soon after he was granted bail, the Assam Police again arrested Jignesh Mevani on charges of 'attacking the officers'. Police said that a case has been registered against Congress-backed MLA Mevani under IPC sections.

Earlier, Jignesh Mevani was arrested in connection with a controversial tweet about PM Modi. He made a controversial claim in his tweet and wrote that PM Modi believes in the ideology of Nathuram Godse, so he will not appeal for peace in the country. A complaint was lodged against him in Assam regarding this. Thereafter, Mevani was taken to Kokrajhar via Guwahati by the police and produced in the Judicial Magistrate's Court. He was sent to police custody for three days. Mevani was booked under sections 120B, section 259A for criminal conspiracy, section 153A on charges of causing enmity, section 504 and 506 on charges of insulting anyone with intent to cause breach of the peace.

Apart from this, these allegations were made against him for the tweet post, so a case was also registered under the IT Act. He was produced in the court by the police and then the court ordered to send him to judicial custody for three days. After which the Congress also staged a protest in Assam for the release of Mevani. Mevani was produced in the court late in the evening on Sunday (April 24, 2022). The hearing in this case continued till late night. After this the CJM court had reserved the decision. On Monday, he got bail from the court, but he was arrested within a few minutes in another case.

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