BJP MLA Ashwa Vijaywaragiya, son of BJP's general secretary Kailash Vijayawargiya, was arrested for allegedly attacking a municipal corporation officer with a cricket bat in Indore in Madhya Pradesh, he was granted bail on Saturday by a special court.
The sky was sent to judicial custody till July 7, it was also granted bail in different cases against the power cut protests.
The court has given the MLA a personal bond of Rs 50,000 in the case of allegations and Rs. 20,000 was ordered.
Earlier, in a footage that went viral, 34-year-old home inspector Dharmendra Viasa was chasing and assaulting, who also attacked MLAs and local residents along with BJP activists. Another corporation officer was injured in the attack.
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Based on the home inspector's complaint, the sky and 10 others booked under various IPC sections, including public servants, criminal threats and invasions of illegal assembly. The MLA was later brought to the local court, where he was refused bail.
Officials said that this incident in Gunjie compound forced them to demolish the building in those areas which were declared unsafe for the business.
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Video footage spread aggression in the country, but it was believed that the sky was considered a symbol of courage by Indore BJP. There were protests in Indore, in which Akhilesh Bhilela Hai, BJP's Kare Hare (Akashji's courage, is the lion of BJP) had filled the air.
Akash's father, Kailash Vijaywaragai, is the general secretary of BJP's West Bengal, where the party emerged as the Trinamool Congress chief in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections and won 18 of the 42 seats in the state.