BJP seeks Nana Patole’s arrest

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Nagpur, Jan 18 : Maharashtra Pradesh Congress Committee chief Nana Patole’s alleged abuse of Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday led to a flurry of demands from the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) for his arrest.

Former Maharashtra Minister and BJP leader Chandrashekhar Bawankule filed a complaint against Patole for making derogatory remarks during an interaction with party workers in Bhandara. The remarks went viral on social media.

Bawankule lodged a complaint with the Koradi police station. He and his party workers squatted in front of the police station seeking a FIR against Patole and his arrest.

Campaigning in Bhandara and Gondia Zilla Parishad elections, Patole allegedly said: “I can beat Modi. I can abuse Modi.”

As the video became viral, Patole said the statement referred to a village goon Modi, not the Prime Minister.

Union Minister Nitin Gadkari lodged a similar complaint in Nagpur and Bhandara-Gondia MP Sunil Mendhe too filed also a complaint against Patole in Bhandara.


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