Muzaffarpur: While the politics continue on the statement of ‘Abbajan’ of Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, it is now taking the form of a legal dispute. A complaint has been filed against Yogi Adityanath in Muzaffarpur, Bihar. According to the information, Muzaffarpur’s social worker Tamannaah Hashmi has filed a complaint in the CJM Court, in which UP CM Yogi Adityanath has been made an accused. The date of hearing has been fixed on September 21 for whether this matter will be accepted by the court or not.
Tamanna Hashmi, a resident of Bhikhanpur of Ahiyapur police station area of Muzaffarpur district of Bihar, filed a complaint in the CJM court on Monday, accusing Uttar Pradesh CM Yogi Adityanath of making derogatory remarks against a community, alleging that the people of the community would be affected by his statement. Feeling humiliated.
It is alleged in the petition that while comparing the previous governments of Uttar Pradesh, CM Yogi targeted a particular caste and said that in the previous government, people who called Abbajan used to digest the ration of the poor, but now in his state, it is closed. Tamannaah Hashmi has filed a complaint regarding this. He says that this statement of the CM sitting on a big constitutional post of the state is going to break the country.
In his petition, Tamannaah Hashmi has made an objectionable statement against a particular religion, comparing the previous governments of Uttar Pradesh. In the court, a complaint has been lodged against the CM of UP in the CJM court under sections 295, 295 (a) 296, and 511. The court has fixed September 21 for the next hearing of the case.
Let us inform that on Sunday, without naming Samajwadi Party chief Akhilesh Yadav, CM Yogi Adityanath alleged that those who say ‘Abbajan’ used to rob the jobs of the poor. The whole family used to go out for recovery with a bag. Those who called Abba Jaan used to digest the ration. Ration used to reach Nepal and Bangladesh. The one who swallows the ration of the poor today will go to jail.