A court in Vaishali district of Bihar on July 28 ordered registeration of an FIR against Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) supremo Mayawati and three others for giving inflammatory speeches for spreading hatred in the community last week during a public speech.
The petetion was filed by Ajit Singh, a Hajipur resident and Chief Judicial Magistrate Jairam Prasaad directed the police to file an FIR against Mayawati, Uttar Pradesh unit president Ram Achal Rajbhar, state secretary Mewa Lal and its national general secretary Nasimuddin Siddiqui.
While addressing her party workers at a public meeting on July 21, Mayawati provoked them to target mother, wife and daughter of expelled BJP leader Dayashankar Singh. The meeting was held to protest against the remarks made by the ex-BJP leader, reports say.
Ajit Singh took help of his advocate and alleged that he felt hurt by the BSP chief’s speeches and her fellow members. Singh also said that her speeches cause disintegration in society.
Dayashankar had earlier compared Mayawati to a prostitute, following which Mayawati had staged protest against him and he was expelled from the party.
Police have lodged complaint under various sections of Indian Penal code (IPC) including 153(a), 295(a), 120(b), and POSCO Act.