BKU leader arrested for making degrading remarks granted bail.

Bharatiya Kisan Union (Charuni) district president Sudhir Jakhar has been arrested by the Panipat police on Monday for allegedly passing degrading remarks against public representatives.
Jakhar was among 75 farmers, who had been booked by the Panipat police for allegedly stimulating and using degrading language against public representatives on June 13.
However, he got bail from a local court and was released. Members of BKU (Charuni) had threatened to hold protests if other union members are arrested.
The FIR was registered under Sections 153, 294, 505, and 506 of the IPC and Section 66 of the IT (Amendment) Act against Jakhar, Pardeep Jaglan, Satyawan Narwal, Ram Singh, and others.
They were booked on a complaint of ESI Satbir Singh, who alleged that on June 13, public representatives were to inaugurate a textile mill near Brahman Majra, Panipat and Jakhar released a video threatening the public representatives of dire consequences if they attend the program.
Panipat superintendent of police Shashank Kumar Sawan said he was arrested in an earlier case for uploading a video on social media. In that, he was seen using abusive language against elected representatives and threatened to disrupt law and order. This had which led to the cancellation of an event to be attended by the local MP and MLA.

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