Indore: One of his supporters was hurt on Thursday for allegedly hurting local BJP MLA Ramesh Mandola (BJP MLA Ramesh Mandola) in the much-awaited expansion of the BJP government’s cabinet led by Shivraj Singh Chauhan in Madhya Pradesh. Attempted self-immolation. Eyewitnesses said that while moving towards the BJP office from the main road in the Javara Compound area of the city, a person poured a can of oil filled with kerosene. During this time he was raising slogans of “Ramesh Mandola Zindabad”.
Announces suicide on social media
At the same time as the ministerial oath was going on in Bhopal, a BJP worker and MLA supporter in Indore, Sumit Hardia, announced his own self-immolation on social media. When he announced to take this step outside the BJP divisional office, the intelligence department along with the local police was also alerted and a police force was deployed outside the BJP office. Around four o’clock in the evening, Sumit Hardia crossed the road and reached outside the BJP office and poured a can of oil filled with kerosene on himself. On seeing this, police personnel and BJP leaders rescued him and snatched a matchbox from his hand. After some time, BJP leader Sumit Hardia was seated in his car from the spot. At the same time, a person who prevented Hardia from self-immolation claimed that the man trying to kill himself was “greatly hurt” by not making Mandola a minister. Let me tell you that Mandola represents the area number-two of Indore and he is among the close ones of BJP National General Secretary Kailash Vijayvargiya.
BJP city unit president Gaurav Ranadive said this
Meanwhile, BJP city unit president Gaurav Ranadive said when asked about the self-immolation attempt by a supporter of Mandola near the party office that I do not know about it. By the way, no responsible BJP worker can do such an act (attempt to commit suicide in public). If there is any feeling of dissatisfaction in any worker, then it will be terminated with the consent soon. The video of the incident has gone viral on social media, but the police has not registered any case.