Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) president JP Nadda on Monday censured the capture of the party’s Telangana unit boss, Sanjay Bandi, for purportedly abusing Covid-19 convention, saying it was a “glaring example of the murder of democracy”.
“The way where the Telangana police, under the strain of [chief minister] KCR (K Chandrashekar Rao) government, coercively entered the workplace of… Bandi and turned to brutality and lathi charge, whipped and abused senior party pioneers and laborers is profoundly regrettable and condemnable. It is one more glaring illustration of the homicide of a majority rules system and established freedoms by the Telangana government,” Nadda said in an assertion.
Bandi was captured on Sunday later he sat on a quick and a night-long vigil in supposed infringement of Covid convention to press for changes to rules on the exchange of representatives.
The state government has prohibited conventions, public and strict gatherings following an ascent in the quantity of Covid-19 cases.
Nadda said instructors and representatives of the Telangana government came to Bandi’s office regarding the rules. He added that Bandi followed every fitting convention and alongside BJP pioneers and laborers sat on the vigil and quick in fortitude with the fomenting workers.
Nadda claimed that the public authority in Telangana was “terrified of tranquil dissent”. He called the “monstrous utilization of power and arranged assault and savagery” against the BJP pioneers “only a demonstration of political grudge and political disorder that was common in the state”.
There was no prompt reaction from the state government.