MP: Forest Minister’s photo with sex racket accused, said in clarification – Selfie together is not a crime – Forest Minister Vijay Shah clarification on sex racket link selfie with someone is not a crime madhya pradesh ntc

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  • All three accused are said to be associated with BJP.
  • Congress called all three close to the minister

Recently in Indore, Madhya Pradesh, a high profile sex racket was busted by the Crime Branch and Mahila Thana Police by taking joint action. During this 10 girls and 8 boys were arrested. But now this matter has gained momentum.

In fact, the Madhya Pradesh Congress has alleged that three office-bearers of the BJP’s youth wing are among those caught after busting a sex racket in Indore. Not only this, Congress spokesperson Narendra Saluja shared the photos of the arrested youths with the minister on social media and called the three accused close to the minister.

MP Congress spokesperson Narendra Saluja claimed that three of those arrested were Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha (BJYM) leaders. Not only this, he has also claimed that the accused are close to MP Forest Minister Vijay Shah, who hails from Khandwa.

Forest Minister Shah said- ‘Let the law do its work’

According to the agency, in this matter, Forest Minister Vijay Shah said that when we work in public life, if someone is taking photos of you, then we cannot refuse. If those people have done wrong, then the law should take its course, we are not going to save them. Having a political relationship doesn’t make anyone close. Political relations have their place whereas personal relations have their place.

‘Selfie with someone is not a crime’

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Vijay Shah said that it is not a crime to have a selfie with a minister and MLA, to sit in a car with someone or to be together in any program, he said that if you have done wrong, then the law should take its own course.

BJP spokesperson said- ‘action like removal will be done’

On the other hand, state BJP spokesperson Umesh Sharma said that the party’s Khandwa district unit is looking into the matter, if the three accused arrested in police action are found to be office-bearers of BJYM, then action like expulsion will be implemented.

Police had arrested 18 youths

In fact, on Thursday, the police raided a spa center located in Vijaynagar, Indore and caught a sex racket. Along with 10 girls from Indore and Thailand, 8 boys were caught by the police. Among them, 3 boys are from Khandwa, who are said to be office-bearers of Yuva Morcha in Khalwa Mandal of BJP. Varun Yadav, Vivek Namdev and Ashok Singla of Khandwa have been arrested by the police in the sex racket case.

4 girls associated with this business after changing gender

Out of 7 girls of Thailand arrested from Spa center in Indore, 4 had their gender changed. The police got this information from his passport. 4 girls have written ‘MALE’ in their passport. Now the police is engaged in collecting the passports of the remaining three girls. Women’s station in-charge Jyoti Sharma told that 7 girls have come from Thailand, from whom 4 passports have been confiscated. The gender match of these girls is written in all the four passports. It is clear that these girls have changed the gender.

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