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Lal Singh’s brother arrested from Udaipur
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JAMMU. Jun 10: The Jammu and Kashmir police on Sunday arrested Rajinder Singh alias Bobby, brother of former BJP minister Lal Singh, in Udaipur, Rajasthan, for allegedly using hate speech against J&K Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti in a public rally.

Inspector General of Police (Jammu Range) Dr S D Singh Jamwal confirmed that Singh was arrested by a special team of J&K police.

In the meanwhile, the Director General of Police S P Vaid said, “A team of J&K police had gone to Udaipur Rajasthan after receiving inputs about the whereabouts of Chowdhary Rajinder Singh and arrested him from Udaipur Rajasthan.”

Singh is accused of hate speech and hurling invective against Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti in a public rally christened as ‘Dogra Swabhiman rally’ (Dogra pride rally) in Hiranagar, Jammu in May this year.

Rajinder Singh’s brother Lal Singh had lost his cabinet berth as forest minister for participating and addressing a rally organised by the Hindu Ekta Manch in March this year in Kathua.

The rally was organised in support of the accused, who were arrested for rape and murder of an eight year old Bakerwal girl in Kathua. Lal Singh is seeking transfer of the case to the CBI. It is one of such rallies organised by Lal Singh in which Rajinder Singh hurled abuses at Mehbooba, a video of which went viral. The video was condemned by former chief minister Omar Abdullah, who too had sought action against Rajinder Singh.

A case was also registered against Bobby in Hiranagar Police Station.


News Updated at : Monday, June 11, 2018
 
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