BJP MLA lodged FIR against BC Khanduri

SUNIL KUMAR/DEHRADUN

Former Chief Minister & Garhwal MP Maj Gen Bhuwan Chandra Khanduri has lodged police complaint against the unknown person, who has been running twitter account on his name. The person has made few tweets as well to defame him. On Saturday twitter account known as BC Khanduri had twitted three twits, which had created clutter in political circle especially in BJP. Although Gen Khanduri has outrightly dissociated himself with these tweets. In this regard Gen Khanduri’s daughter and Yamkeshwar MLA Ritu Khanduri has given written complaint to police. Following on it Police has lodged a case against BC Khanduri and started investigation to dig out the truth.

As per the tweet, Khanduri had mentioned that  being a army person he has served the nation but could not fulfill his dream which he had dreamt for the Uttarakhand. In second tweet he had mentioned that current politics is just like Hindi movie. Former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee was my ideal and will remain my model.

In third tweet he had mentioned that he does not care whether party gives him respect or not. This is enough for me that people still loves me. With these three tweets, state politics had become hot despite incessant rain on saturday. People started analyzing the last development. As we know that in recent BJP national president Amit shah’s visit to Dehradun all four Ex chief minsters including Bhagat sing Koshyai, Maj Gen Bhuwan Chandra Khanduri, Dr Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank and Vijay Bahugua were denied seat on stage. Instead of these four  senior leaders four young leaders including CM Trivendra Singh Rawat, state BJP president Ajay Bhatt, union minister Ajay Tamta and BJP national secretary Teerath Singh Rawat were seen sharing dais with the Amit shah.

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  1. What is the truth behind this conspiracy, it seems some one taking revenge of year back incident taken place in Rawat Government.

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