WATCH: BJP MLA From Madhya Pradesh's Vidisha Threatens Government Officer, Says 'will Sack You Soon'

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A day after BJP Bengal chief's son Akash Vijayavargiya beat the government official with bats and his supporters thrashed the municipal corporation workers in Madhya Pradesh's Indore, MLA in Vidisha threatened an officer alleging that she was not invited in an event. 

Written By Navashree Nandini | Mumbai | Updated On:

A day after BJP Bengal chief's son Akash Vijayavargiya beat the government official with bats and his supporters thrashed the municipal corporation workers in Madhya Pradesh's Indore, MLA in Vidisha threatened an officer alleging that she was not invited in an event. 

Threatening the agriculture officer that she will get him sacked. A few days ago, the agriculture department had conducted a seed distribution event in which the MLA was not invited. In the video, the BJP MLA from Vidisha Leena Jain was heard saying: 

"There is a protocol for the MLA. How was the former MLA present? Was it the protocol? Chaudhary ji you understand that you are hindering my rights, you will not be able to continue your job. I will get you sacked. Get this thing clear. Be careful."

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This comes a day after Kailash Vijayavargiya's son and Indore MLA Akash Vijayavargiya was arrested after his act of beating the government officials went viral. Following the goondaism that was witnessed on the streets of Indore, Republic also confronted Akash Vijayvargiya. In retaliation to which, the BJP MLA had blatantly stated that 'he will not back off' and that he is a 'voted MLA and will do anything' 

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He had said, "Indore Municipal Corporation is behaving like gundas, they are in tie-up with Congress leaders. I am a leader chosen by the people. I will not back off from the attack. I have been voted by the people to serve them. I will do whatever it takes even if it means lifting a bat and stopping officials. I stand by my actions."

He had further stated that 'gangs were dragging women out of the houses by their feet and women police were not present there following which people chased the officials and beat them'. He said that he would be filing an FIR against the officials.

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