BJP MLA Akash Vijayavargiya attacks government official with cricket bat in Indore
Akash can be seen thrashing members of the anti-encroachment team who wanted to pull down a dilapidated house in Ganji Compound locality
BJP MLA Akash Vijayavargiya who is the son of BJP general secretary Kailash Vijayvargiya attacked an officer from the Municipal Corporation with a cricket bat in Indore.
Akash can be seen thrashing members of the anti-encroachment team who wanted to pull down a dilapidated house in Ganji Compound locality.
Akash Vijayvargiya, BJP MLA on thrashing a Municipal Corporation officer in Indore: This is just the beginning, we will end this corruption & goondaism. 'Aavedan, nivedan aur fir dana dan' this is our line of action. #MadhyaPradesh pic.twitter.com/xYLqJnpWdZ— ANI (@ANI) June 26, 2019
The young legislator who was armed with a cricket bat chased and beat up the staff who was on a drive to demolish dangerous properties in view of the monsoon.
In the video, Akash can be seen threatening the staff to leave the area within ten minutes or they would have to face consequences. The legislator had been called by residents of the area.
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