BJP MP Tejashwi Surya Faces FIR For Alleged Hate Speech: Election Commission Complaint

BJP MP Tejashwi Surya Faces FIR for Alleged Hate Speech: Election Commission Complaint.

Tejashwi Surya, BJP MP from Bengaluru South, lands in hot water as FIR is filed over alleged hate speech.

Get the latest on the controversy surrounding his social media posts and their impact on the upcoming elections. BJP MP Tejashwi Surya’s troubles increased, and an FIR was registered.

Election Commission representatives announced on Friday that Tejashwi Surya, a BJP MP, has been the subject of a formal complaint over alleged hate speech on social media.

The move has been taken following a complaint filed by the election body and Bruhat Bengaluru Municipal Corporation (BBMP) officials.

Tejasvi Surya is an MP from Bengaluru South and is also the President of Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha.

Recently, in a post, he had allegedly targeted a minority and spread enmity between two communities.

He had made a similar post on ‘X’ and YouTube on March 19, which received 10 lakh views, 587 comments, 5400 retweets, and 13 likes.

In this case, it was further alleged that he has 13 lakh followers on ‘X’, due to which he is influencing the voters and disturbing the communal harmony between the communities.

Based on the complaint, an FIR has been registered at Halasuru Gate Police Station under sections 153A, 295A, and Representation of the People Act on March 20.

‘Congress is responsible for the division of the country’, BJP MP Tejasvi Surya said – South India will be BJP’s stronghold in the Lok Sabha elections.

Tejasvi Surya, a member of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), took a strong stance against the Congress amid the ongoing controversy surrounding offensive chants chanted outside the Karnataka Assembly.

He said that division is included in the DNA of Congress.

Holding the party responsible for the division of the country, the Lok Sabha member from Bengaluru South alleged that the Congress is completely responsible for dividing the country.


Congress responsible for dividing the country: Surya.

It is known that following Syed Naseer Hussain’s victory in the Rajya Sabha election on Tuesday, followers of the Congress leader allegedly chanted offensive slogans outside the Karnataka Assembly.

In response to a question concerning this, Surya simultaneously said that Congress is the party in charge of separating the nation.

Taking a dig at the party, he said that it would be a mistake to expect anything else from Congress.

BJP President will address the Namo Maha Youth Conference.

Speaking at a news conference in the Maharashtra city of Nagpur, he announced that on March 4, BJP President JP Nadda would deliver a speech at a “Namo Maha Yuva Sammelan” event.

In addition, the BJP Yuva Morcha President announced that over a lakh young people from Maharashtra would be attending the gathering.

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