A complaint has been made to the Bhopal police against the controversial statement of Yograj Singh, father of former India international cricketer Yuvraj Singh. Sunil Punjabi, former president of Bhopal’s Merchants Association, has demanded registration of the FIR.
- The DIG and the Home Minister demanded action against Yuvraj’s father Yograj
Conflicting statements made during the farmer movement of Yograj Singh, father of former international cricketer of India, Yuvraj Singh, may add to the issue. Sunil Punjabi, former president of Bhopal’s Merchants Association, has filed a complaint application against him at Shahjahanabad police station. He alleged that Yograj has abused Hindus. A case should be registered against him for inciting religious sentiments. However, before this, Yuvraj Singh has distanced himself from the father’s statement.
Sunil Punjabi said that the controversial statement of Yograj Singh is going viral on social media. This has hurt our feelings. Yograj also supported the peasant movement. It is his fundamental right, but during this time he has used profanity, questioning the identity of Hindus. It is condemnable. Yograj in his statement has described Hindus as traitors.
Not only this, they have also used vulgar words about women. This video of Yograj has hurt me a lot. I stand with Hindutva with nationalist ideology. I demand from the DIG, IG and the Home Minister to register an FIR against Yograj and arrest him. If a case is not registered against them, we will go to court.
Yuvraj said that my father did not think like
However, earlier on the father’s statement Yuvi said that “I am the son of this great country and there is nothing more proud for me than this.” I would like to clarify that the remarks made by my father Yograj Singh have been made in a personal capacity. My ideology does not agree with his thinking in any way. ”
Controversy over Yograj’s statement
Yograj Singh made a controversial statement about the Hindus supporting the farmers. He used the word ‘traitor’ for Hindus while giving a speech in Punjabi. He said that ‘These are Hindu traitors, a hundred years of slavery of the Mughals’. Not only this, he has also made controversial statements about women. After this, there was a demand to arrest him. Simultaneously, Yograj Singh had told the central government that farmers are making right demands. Their voice should be heard and the matter should be resolved.