Actor mithun Chakarwati during a political rally news Photo
Mithun Chakraborty is accused of instigating post-election violence in West Bengal through his statements, according to a complaint filed against him. Chakraborty petitioned the Calcutta High Court to have the lawsuit against him dismissed. However, the judge ordered him to appear through video conference for interrogation.
Mithun Chakraborty, an actor and a leader of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), was questioned by the Kolkata Police on Wednesday about a controversial statement he made while campaigning for the West Bengal assembly elections. After an FIR was filed against Chakraborty in Maniktala, the interrogation was conducted electronically.
Mithun Chakraborty allegedly incited post-election violence through his electoral statements, according to the lawsuit.
Chakraborty was ordered by the Calcutta high court on Friday to submit his e-mail address to the state so that he can be questioned via video conferencing.
Last week, Chakraborty told the court on Friday that he had merely repeated familiar phrases from his flicks. The actor stated that his utterances of such movie phrases were simply for fun and that he is completely innocent of the charges levered against him by the accuser.
At a rally in Kolkata after joining the BJP on March 7, Chakraborty used dialogues like "marbo ekhane lash porbe shoshane (Will hit you here and the body will land in the crematorium)" and "EK chobole chabi (one snake bite, and you will turn into a photograph)" and "ek chobole chabi (one snake bite, and you will turn into a photograph).
Source:- Hindustan Times
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