UP: Deputy CM Keshav Prasad Maurya's close aide threatens ASP publicly, video goes viral
Video of BJP MLA Harshvardhan Vajpayee threatening an ASP rank officer publicly has viral.
#WATCH: BJP MLA Harshvardhan Bajpayee threatening Superintendent of Police in Allahabad. MLA said, 'Tum laaton ke bhoot ho, laaton se hi maante ho'. SP had allegedly failed to recognise the MLA & stopped him to enter premises where a meeting was being held by CM Yogi Adityanath. pic.twitter.com/jrVAhlvcgr
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CM Yogi Adityanath and Deputy CM Kehsav Prasad Maurya were present in the same campus where the incident took place.
After the video went viral the MLA took to the back foot and is trying to put the blame on the ASP.
Allahabad SSP Nitin Tiwary has said that a probe will be launched in this direction.
The incident took place at around 3:15 PM in Allahabad’s Baghambari Math where CM yogi Adityanath along with some top BJP ministers were invited for a luncheon.
Bajpai wanted to enter the campus along with his vehicle but the security personnel at the entrance stopped him citing the protocols and asked him to park the vehicle at the entrance. This infuriated the MLA who started shouting expletives at the ASP.
Shouting at the ASP Sunil Kumar Singh he said that they (the ASP and his team) were habitual of being kicked and that they should be thrashed with shoes.
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