'Congress is spreading mutual tension,' said Narottam Mishra in youth beating case

Indore: The issue of mob lynching with a young man selling bangles in Indore, Madhya Pradesh, is now taking a new turn. The matter now seems to be gaining momentum. BJP and Congress have now come face to face over the issue. State Home Minister Narottam Mishra has recently made a statement. In his statement, he said, "Madhya Pradesh has Shivraj Singh Chouhan's government, there is rule of law, no one here can do his own arbitrariness. It is not right that the Congresspeople are trying to create communal tension. I don't know they are made of which soil.''

At the same time, he also said, "Yesterday they heard the slogan of Kazi Saheb Zindabad, Pakistan Zindabad. They have this wonderful power. Kamal Nath can hear the conversation of the dead of the cemetery. Don't say something that breaks or divides society. He also made a big revelation about the arrested youth.''

"He has got three identity cards of different names. Not only the name but also the father's name are recorded separately in the three identity cards. So, the matter seems suspicious. When the festival of Rakhi was being celebrated in the state, there has been a case of molestation in the name of selling bangles.'' A complaint of molestation has also been registered against the youth at the police station. The police are investigating the entire case. It is not right to give a communal tone to the whole matter. Action is also being taken against the assailants and they have also been arrested. Congress is trying to give a communal pretext to the incident in the case.

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