Politics hot on Neemuch mob lynching, Narottam Mishra retaliated on Kamal Nath-Digvijay

Indore: Politics has started in Neemuch district of Madhya Pradesh regarding the murder of an elderly person. The Congress has directly targeted the BJP government and raised questions about the incident. Congress state unit president Kamal Nath counted the serial incidents in the state, while Digvijay Singh has questioned the government about the arrest by accusing the accused of being a BJP leader. It is alleged that he was attacked by mistaking the elder as a Muslim, while he belonged to the Jain community.

Congress leader Digvijay, while retweeting a tweet regarding this incident, wrote that 'I have come to know that a case has been registered against Dinesh Kushwaha of BJP under section 302. Let's see if there is an arrest or not. At the same time, Kamal Nath has written in his tweet that, 'What is happening in Madhya Pradesh after all? Tribals were lynched in Seoni, incidents of Guna, Mhow, Mandla and now an elderly person, whose name is being told as Bhanwarlal Jain, in Manasa of Neemuch district of the state. Like Seoni, here also the accused's association with BJP is coming to the fore. Where is the law and order of the state, for how long people will continue to be killed like this? Why are the spirits of criminals so high? The focus of the government is only on the event.

Amidst all this development, now the reaction of State Home Minister Narottam Mishra has come to the fore. Mishra said that Digvijay Singh will be supported by those who speak against Hinduism or Hindu gods and goddesses. Have you ever seen that he has supported the person speaking against any other religion or has himself said against any other religion. Can't even speak about any other religion. He said that supporting Professor Ratan Lal of Delhi University is also an example of this. Mishra also told that a case has been registered against the accused of Neemuch incident under sections 302 and 304 of IPC and arrested.

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