Karnataka: Complaint lodged against Mithun Rai over statement on UP CM Yogi Adityanath
The Hindu Jagran Vedike (HJV) has filed a complaint at Ullal police station in Mangaluru, accusing the Dakshina Kannada district youth Congress president Mithun Rai, of making derogatory statements against Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath.
Mangaluru: Ullal unit of Hindu Jagran Vedike (HJV) in Mangaluru has filed a complaint at Ullal police station, accusing the Dakshina Kannada district youth Congress president Mithun Rai.
The complaint was filed against Mithun Rain for making derogatory statements against Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath.
According to the HJV, Mithun had made insulting statements against Yogi Adityanath during the protest held by the Ullal block Congress recently at Thokkottu.
HJV district secretary Prakash Kumpala told the media that Mithun Rai's statements that Yogi Adityanath is unfit to wear the saffron robes and threatened to blacken his face if he visits the city, is an insult to the Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister.
Meanwhile, Mithun Rai dismissed his statements and claimed that he had not insulted Yogi Adityanath.
Mithun stated that he respects Nath tradition and its Yogis. He said if his guilt is proved, he will immediately retire from politics and even offered to lay down his life.
Earlier speaking at a protest meeting held at Puttur to condemn the gang rape at Hathras, he advised Yogi Adityanath to sit inside the Math if he is a real Yogi. Mithun Rai claimed that if Yogi does that, he will visit him every month to touch his feet.