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Amit Shah, JP Nadda should resign: Congress demands after arrest of Meghalaya BJP leader in sex racket case | India News

Amit Shah, JP Nadda ought to resign: Congress calls for after arrest of Meghalaya BJP chief in intercourse racket case | Information

New Delhi: The Congress on Saturday demanded the resignation of BJP president J P Nadda over the arrest of his social gathering’s Meghalaya unit vice-president Bernard N Marak for allegedly operating a intercourse racket within the state. The BJP management didn’t take any motion in opposition to Marak even after he was booked and subsequently arrested in Uttar Pradesh whereas trying to flee, Congress spokesperson Ajoy Kumar stated.

Marak, a former militant chief, had gone lacking following a police raid, which began on the evening of July 22 and ran until the subsequent morning, on his farmhouse at Tura in Meghalaya’s West Garo Hills district. The Meghalaya Police stated they arrested 73 folks from the farmhouse and rescued six minors — 4 boys and two ladies.

Marak was arrested close to a toll plaza on the Ghaziabad border in Uttar Pradesh on Tuesday after a look-out discover was issued in opposition to him. The Meghalaya Police took custody of the BJP chief on Wednesday.

The Congress spokesperson claimed the police recovered explosives from Marak’s farmhouse however he was nonetheless a part of the BJP. Ladies leaders of the saffron social gathering didn’t even communicate up concerning the challenge, Kumar added.

He claimed crimes and atrocities in opposition to ladies and ladies, particularly these from the weaker and oppressed sections of society, have been on the rise and BJP leaders have been concerned.

Kumar referred to the circumstances of former BJP MLA Kuldeep Singh Senger, who was held within the Unnao rape case, and sitting MLA Goruk Pordung of the Bameng meeting constituency in Arunachal Pradesh.

“So many BJP leaders are committing crimes and atrocities in opposition to ladies and ladies. BJP president J P Nadda and Union Residence Minister Amit Shah ought to resign from their posts,” the Congress spokesperson instructed reporters, alleging that the BJP management has not initiated any motion in opposition to the accused.

All such leaders proceed to be a part of the BJP regardless of the intense circumstances in opposition to them, he alleged.

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