He has no knowledge of any notice to Akash, says Kailash Vijayvargiya
BHOPAL: BJP's general secretary, Kailash, expressed his ignorance on Saturday that the party had issued a notice for the show's sake to his son Akash of MLA for assaulting a civic official with a cricket bat in Indore last month. .
There have been contrasting statements from party leaders in the notice.
While the BJP president had said on Thursday that no decision was made on the matter, a high-level national leader said a warning had been issued.
When asked on Saturday if such notification had been issued to the MLA, Satyendra Bhushan Singh, secretary of the BJP state office, said: None of that, at least to my knowledge.
The issue of impending action against Akash emerged after the Prime Minister Narendra Modi On Tuesday he disapproved of his behavior and language.
The leaders of the BJP have feigned ignorance as to whether any notice has been sent to Akash asking him to explain his behavior.
Akash had assaulted an official of the Indore Municipal Corporation (IMC) on June 26 during a discussion about the razing of a dilapidated building, which was captured by the camera. He is currently on bail.
I do not know. I arrived (alone) here (Bhopal) from Delhi, but I read in the newspapers that Akash was served something, he told reporters when asked about the announcement of the cause of the show against his son.
In response to a question about whether he reprimanded Akash for the incident, Vijayvargiya's senior said he had done what he was supposed to do as a father.
Dantna (reprimand) and 'samjhana' ... I do not want to discuss it publicly, he added.
When asked if Akash had not been seen in public after the Prime Minister's statement, his father said: Ask him. He will be here to attend the session of the state Assembly (July 8).
After his release from prison, Akash received a hero welcome from some BJP workers.
Although he did not apologize for the act, Akash had said he would try to follow him. Mahatma Gandhi The path of non-violence while raising public problems in the future.