A case was registered against Mr Pateria Monday afternoon at Pawai police station in Panna.
Bhopal: Madhya Pradesh Congress pioneer Raja Pateria was captured today for his questionable “be prepared to kill” State leader Narendra Modi comments.
Mr Pateria set off shock on Monday when a video of him surfaced in which he was heard urging a gathering to “kill” PM Modi to “save” the Constitution.
In the viral video, Mr Pateria, at a get-together of party laborers, said, “Modi will end races, Modi will partition based on religion, position, language; the existences of Dalits, tribals, and minorities are at serious risk. On the off chance that the constitution is to be saved, be prepared to kill Modi.”
Following his comments, the Madhya Pradesh government requested a police body of evidence against Mr Pateria, a previous state serve.
A body of evidence was enrolled against Mr Pateria Monday evening at Pawai police headquarters in Panna. Mr Pateria was captured from his home in Hata town of the state’s Damoh locale.
Madhya Pradesh Boss Clergyman Shivraj Singh Chouhan denounced the remarks and even targetted Congress pioneer Rahul Gandhi by saying: “The genuine substance of those professing to do a Bharat Jodo Yatra is emerging.”
“Congress individuals can’t rival PM Narendra Modi in the field, that is the reason a Congress chief is looking at killing him. This is the level of contempt. Genuine sensations of Congress are being uncovered. The law will follow all the way through,” the Main Clergyman said in an explanation.
In a similar video, Mr Pateria guaranteed that “murder” in his discourse signified “rout”. The Congress chief said that he is a supporter of Mahatma Gandhi’s philosophy of peacefulness and overcoming PM Modi in decisions is important to safeguard the privileges of minorities.
The Congress, in the mean time, communicated its disappointment over the “unpardonable” remarks made by Mr Pateria.
“Totally unforgivable! No such words ought to be utilized against the state head or against anybody. The Congress party reprimands, censures such explanations,” Congress pioneer Pawan Khera said, as cited by news office PTI.
“There is not a good reason to utilize any such language against anybody including and particularly the state leader,” Mr Khera said.