BSP MLA booked for ‘abusive, threatening’ collector in Madhya Pradesh


Damo: The collector of Madhya Pradesh’s Damoh district has complained about Bahujan Samaj party wife MLA Rambai Parihar, who accused her of abusing and threatening him, a police official said. Based on the complaint filed by collector S Krishna Chaitanya, the Kotwali Police Department has registered a First Information Report (FIR) against the legislator here, he said. Rambai Parihar, who represents the Patharia Assembly constituency in Damoh, has been charged under sections 353 of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) (violence or criminal violence to deter an officer from performing his duty),186 (impediment of an officer to perform of public functions), 323 (voluntarily causing pain), 294 (obscene words) and 506 (criminal harassment), said Additional Superintendent of Police Shiv Kumar Singh.

According to the complaint, the incident took place on Friday, when the MLA along with some women from her constituency met with the collector over grievances over a local matter. The indictment stated that Parihar misbehaved with the collector during the meeting and used indecent and obscene words against him.

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Meanwhile, some organizations representing government officials and workers handed the collector a memorandum saying that if the BSP MLA was not arrested within seven days, they would protest en masse here. When contacted, a police officer said they should seek permission from the Madhya Pradesh assembly before taking any action against Parihar.





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