‘He abused PM’: Jharkhand BJP desires motion towards artificial to lick his personal spit

A day after a 32-year-old Zeeshan Khan was assaulted and compelled to lick his spit in Jharkhand’s Dhanbad metropolis, the state Bharatiya Janata Party unit Saturday stated that these accused within the incident have been its personal employees and known as for motion — towards the sufferer.

Khan, who suffers from bipolar dysfunction, had been passing by the location of a BJP protest — over the safety lapse involving the Prime Minister’s cavalcade — when he allegedly abused a celebration chief. The BJP employees then assaulted him, pressured him to do sit-ups, lick his personal spit, and chant “Jai Shri Ram”.

BJP State General Secretary Aditya Sahu Saturday stated “a person” had “abused” the Prime Minister and the state social gathering chief Deepak Prakash. He stated BJP employees have been booked over the incident, however complained that no motion was taken towards the “abuser” — referring to Khan.

Sahu stated: “In Dhanbad, during a BJP program, a person abused the Prime Minister and the state party president. There was no action against him, but an FIR was registered against BJP workers. This shows that there is a conspiracy behind the incident. Is the Chief Minister worried that the person who was the abuser comes from a minority community?”

The police have arrested two individuals over the incident. They refused to disclose particulars of these arrested.

Dhanbad SSP Sanjeev Kumar instructed The Indian Express: “I can only say that the persons who are arrested are named as Jeetu Shaw and Sanjay Sharma and they were produced in the court and have been sent to judicial custody. I can’t reveal anything more.”

Local MLA Raj Sinha and MP PN Singh have been current throughout the protest on Friday. After a video of the incident was shared broadly on social media, Chief Minister Hemant Soren directed officers to take motion.

The FIR was registered after Khan’s youthful brother Rehan filed a grievance.

Rehan instructed The Indian Express over the telephone that the scenario was “overwhelming” for the household. “There are a lot of people who are coming in. Media and political leaders…I see the political blame game, BJP vs Congress… But frankly we don’t want to be part of this. I don’t want to take matters forward,” he stated.

Asked about Khan’s situation, Rehan stated he was “quiet” all day. “But he does not realise the enormity of the issue and he is also unaware of the consequences of the situation.”

Rehan stated his brother was in Chennai in 2012 — pursuing a diploma course — when he first confirmed signs of psychological sickness. He was later identified with bipolar dysfunction.


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