Male Who Threw Ink at AAP’s Somnath Bharti, Facilitated Offered Rs 51,000 Cash Prize for His Act
Lucknow: A day after he threw ink at Aam Aadmi Party MLA Somnath Bharti in Uttar Pradesh’s Rae Bareli district, Jitendra Singh, district convener of far best organisation Hindu Yuva Vahini, was on Wednesday helped with and granted a cash rate by a rebel Congress MLA Rakesh Singh.
Rakesh, who is now thought about close to the BJP, provided a cash reward of Rs 51,000 to Jitendra for tossing ink at Bharti.
” The penalty Somnath Bharti received was very low according to what he had done. I believed the individual who threw the ink needs to be honoured by paying 51 thousand rupees. I knew that no damage was done by the action of throwing ink and, at the same time, Bharti got a befitting reply for what he had stated. A minimum of this young guy conserved the honour of Rae Bareli and saved the honour of a Hindu,” stated Rakesh Singh.
Speaking with the media, accused of tossing ink on Somanth Bharti, Jitendra Singh stated, “During a media interaction that Somnath Bharti, who is an Aam Aadmi Party MLA, used violent language on Param Pujya Maharaj Yogi Adityanath. Due to which we were angry, which is why we had to toss ink on him. As he was stating violent words to Yogi Ji.”
Bharti was detained on Monday in Rae Bareli district over an alleged bad remark he made 2 days back in the adjoining Amethi district on the state of healthcare facilities in Uttar Pradesh. Jitendra tossed ink at the Delhi MLA when he was coming out of a visitor home.
In a tweet, Bharti accused the UP cops of not following procedure, leading to his bail application in a designated court being set up for Wednesday, as an outcome of which he will need to invest at least the next two days in a prison.
Minutes after ink was thrown at him, Bharti retweeted a video on Twitter where he could be heard using a negative term for state Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, while speaking about ‘atrocities on women’, ‘bad condition of education’ in Uttar Pradesh.
The AAP just recently revealed that it would object to 2022 Uttar Pradesh assembly elections. The celebration has actually given duties to its MLAs, consisting of Somnath Bharti, Naresh Yadav, Akhilesh Pati Tripathi, Pawan Sharma and Ajesh Yadav.
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