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BHOPAL: An FIR was registered in opposition to Madhya Pradesh Congress chief Kamal Nath on Sunday for allegedly creating panic over the coronavirus pandemic by his remarks, a police official mentioned.
The case in opposition to him was registered based mostly on a criticism lodged by Bhopal BJP district president Sumeet Pachouri and two BJP MLAs- Vishwas Sarang and Rameshwar Sharma-, amongst others, he mentioned.
Nath, a former chief minister of Madhya Pradesh, was charged below part 188 (disobedience to order duly promulgated by a public servant) of the IPC and part 54 (making or circulating a false alarm or warning as to catastrophe or its severity or magnitude, resulting in panic) of National Disaster Management Act 2005, the official mentioned.
The FIR was registered on the Crime Branch police station, Bhopal, he mentioned.
About the idea on which the case in opposition to Nath was filed, Bhopal Headquarter Superintendent of Police, Ramji Shrivastav, mentioned the motion was taken based mostly on the criticism and two movies supplied by the complainants in a pen drive.
Investigation into the case is happening, he mentioned, with out giving any additional particulars.
In the criticism, the BJP leaders alleged that Nath had mentioned in his press convention at Ujjain on Saturday that, “Corona, which has spread in the world, is being known as the Indian variant of the virus.”
Kamal Nath’s assertion at this second of disaster is creating confusion and defaming the nation internationally, the criticism mentioned.
It added that Nath has disobeyed the World Health Organization (WHO) pointers to stem COVID-19 and his act quantities to sedition in line with IPC.
Besides, the criticism additionally mentioned Nath’s “false allegations” that the federal government was hiding the true variety of deaths occurred as a result of coronavirus quantity to creating concern and falls below the class of felony offence.

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