The Telangana unit of the BJP has approached the Telangana High Court against Chief Minister A. Revanth Reddy for his comments during the Lok Sabha election campaign. The BJP informed the court that Revanth Reddy had made provocative statements and baseless allegations, claiming that the BJP government would abolish all SC, ST, and BC reservations if it came to power after the 2024 elections. 

The party argued that these statements not only created confusion among voters but also promoted enmity, hatred, and ill-will between different groups based on caste and community, potentially leading to violence among supporters of opposing groups. The BJP contended that Reddy’s statements constitute offenses under sections 153, 153A, 153B, and 505 of the Indian Penal Code.

On behalf of the BJP, its general

secretary Kasam Venkateshwarlu filed a petition before the High Court seeking directions to the Judicial First Class Magistrate Court at Nampally, Hyderabad, to inquire into his complaint. He sought directions from the Magistrate Court to register a case against Revanth Reddy under IPC sections 153 (provocation with intent to cause riot), 171C (undue influence at elections), 499 (defamation), 511 (attempt to commit offenses), and section 125 of the Representation of People’s Act (promoting enmity between classes in connection with elections) for his alleged provocative comments during the election campaign. Additionally, the petitioner mentioned that Reddy had made derogatory comments against BJP leaders, referring to Bandi Sanjay Kumar as ‘Aragundu’ and making remarks against Aravind Kumar as ‘Gundu’.

No Comments For This Post, Be first to write a Comment.
Leave a Comment
Enter the code shown:

Can't read the image? click here to refresh
etemaad live tv watch now

Todays Epaper

English Weekly

neerus indian ethnic wear
Latest Urdu News

Which Men's cricket team will win the T20 World Cup 2024?

New Zealand