A case has been filed in opposition to the Congress’s Ludhiana MP Ravneet Singh for his feedback made on tv information channel within the context of the continuing farmers’ agitation, which have been seen as “threatening” and “prejudicial to national integration”, and inflicting “disharmony”. Mr Singh who, together with another fellow MPs from Punjab, has been on a sit-in protest over the previous few weeks at New Delhi’s Jantar Mantar, has supplied to give up.
The FIR in opposition to Mr Singh was filed on the Parliament Street police station within the nationwide capital on December 31 beneath sections 504 and 506 of the IPC, pertaining to insult supposed to impress breach of peace.
The case was filed over his statements on a tv channel on December 25 throughout a dialogue on the farmers’ protest in opposition to three new central agricultural legal guidelines. The complainant, Naveen Kumar of Delhi, has alleged that Mr Singh’s statements are more likely to have triggered worry within the public and will induce any particular person to commit an offence in opposition to the state or public tranquillity, the FIR says.
During the dialogue, Mr Singh had stated, “The ongoing protest of farmers will not end and we could even pile up bodies, shed blood, and go to any extent to achieve our goal.”
Responding to the case filed in opposition to him, Mr Singh posted a Facebook Live video on January 1, during which he stated he thought-about the FIR “a medal” for himself.
“I am sitting here the entire day, please come and arrest me. And of you don’t have the courage to arrest me, I’ll come and surrender myself,” he stated within the video, addressing Union Home Minister Amit Shah who controls the Delhi police.