Chhattisgarh: Government official after Hindu religious leader made objectionable remarks on Gandhi, suspended


Raipur/Akola: After derogatory remarks by Hindu religious leader Kalicharan Maharaj on Mahatma Gandhi in Chhattisgarh, now a government official has allegedly made derogatory remarks on the Father of the Nation on social media. The state government has suspended the officer.

At the same time, the police in Maharashtra has registered a case against Hindu religious leader Kalicharan Maharaj for using derogatory words against Mahatma Gandhi.

Senior officials of Chhattisgarh said on Monday that Sanjay Dubey, assistant food officer of Raipur district has been suspended by the state government for making derogatory remarks against Mahatma Gandhi on Facebook.

Officials said that the state’s Directorate of Food, Civil Supplies and Consumer Protection has issued a suspension order of Dubey.

It has been said in the order that the derogatory and derogatory remarks made by Officer Dubey on social media regarding the Father of the Nation Mahatma Gandhi is a violation of the Chhattisgarh Public Service (Conduct) Rules. Therefore Sanjay Dubey is suspended with immediate effect.

Discussion on social media is going on in the capital Raipur on Sunday in the Parliament of Religions regarding derogatory remarks on Mahatma Gandhi by Kalicharan Maharaj. It is being told that during this time Dubey had also allegedly made objectionable remarks on Mahatma Gandhi on Facebook.

According to the screenshots viral on social media, Dubey, while replying to the comment of a person named Piyush Kumar on Facebook, has purportedly said, “Gandhi is not a nation, nor does the majority of this country consider him the father of the nation.” The Father of the Nation is also not a constitutional title. The one who told the country about partition on his dead body, divided the country into two parts. He is the person responsible for killing lakhs of countrymen.

After this comment went viral on social media, Dubey has clarified by writing a post on Facebook, ‘Someone hacked my mobile and wrote a derogatory thing about Father of the Nation Mahatma Gandhi to Piyush Kumar ji in my name. I have infinite reverence for Gandhiji. He is the foremost person in nation building of the country. They are my honorees.’

Earlier, on the last day of the two-day Dharma Sansad on December 26 at Ravanabhatha ground in the capital Raipur, Kalicharan Maharaj had allegedly made derogatory remarks against the Father of the Nation and praised his killer Nathuram Godse during his speech.

He also asked the people to choose a staunch Hindu leader as the head of the government to protect the religion. An FIR was later registered against him in Raipur regarding this.

Police officials of Raipur district said on Monday that on the complaint of Congress leader Pramod Dubey, the police have registered a case against Kalicharan Maharaj at Tikrapara police station in the city.

Police officials said that a case has been registered against Kalicharan Maharaj under sections 505 (2) (statements provoking or promoting enmity, hatred or hatred between different classes) and 294 (obscene acts) of the Indian Penal Code.

Regarding this remark of Kalicharan Maharaj, Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel has said that if any person tries to dissolve poison in the society, strict action will be taken against him.

He said that an FIR has been registered in this case. He said that the police is looking into the whole matter and action will be taken accordingly.

The Chief Minister tweeted, ‘If a hypocrite thinks that he will be successful in his plans by abusing Bapu, poisoning the society, then he has an illusion. Listen to both of their masters too. Whoever tries to hurt the soul of both India and Sanatan culture, neither the Constitution will spare it, nor will the public accept them.

Police in Maharashtra has registered a case against Hindu religious leader Kalicharan Maharaj for using derogatory words against Mahatma Gandhi.

An official said on Tuesday that Kalicharan Maharaj alias Abhijit Sarag, a resident of Shivajinagar in Akola, made this remark on Sunday during a program in Raipur, Chhattisgarh.

Local Congress leaders on Monday staged a sit-in outside Akola City Kotwali police station against him for hurting the sentiments of the people.

An official of the Kotwali police station said that based on the complaint of local Congress functionary Prashant Gawande, the police registered a case against Kalicharan Maharaj under sections 294 (objectionable act) and 505 (statement causing mischief in public) of the Indian Penal Code. has done.

Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel also strongly criticized Kalicharan’s remarks and the issue was echoed in the Maharashtra Legislative Assembly on Monday.

Maharashtra’s Minority Affairs Minister Nawab Malik raised the issue in the state assembly and demanded that the religious leader be booked for sedition and arrested.

Maharashtra Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar said, “The MVA (Maha Vikas Aghadi) government will seek a report regarding Kalicharan Maharaj’s comments and take strict action.”

(with input from news agency language)

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