If my demand is not accepted, I will blow up Parliament House: Threat of former MLA

In Madhya Pradesh, former Samajwadi Party MLA Kishor Samrite threatened to blow up the Parliament building if the demands were not met. Not only this, he also sent a parcel containing a gelatin stick to the Parliament House. In this incident, Delhi Police has registered a case against Kishore Samrit and arrested him from Bhopal. […]
 


If my demand is not accepted, I will blow up Parliament House: Threat of former MLA

In Madhya Pradesh, former Samajwadi Party MLA Kishor Samrite threatened to blow up the Parliament building if the demands were not met. Not only this, he also sent a parcel containing a gelatin stick to the Parliament House. In this incident, Delhi Police has registered a case against Kishore Samrit and arrested him from Bhopal. He will be produced in court on Wednesday.

Kishor Samrite, a former Samajwadi Party MLA in Madhya Pradesh, sent a parcel to the Parliament House, containing a national flag, a constitution book and a stick of gelatin, along with a threatening letter.

Samrite has written in the letter that if his demands are not met by 30 September, he will blow up the Parliament House with a bomb. The Crime Branch of Delhi Police has registered a case against Samrit and arrested him from Bhopal. Police will bring him to Delhi on Wednesday and he will be produced in the court.

Kishor Samreet was an MLA on a Samajwadi Party ticket from Lanji assembly constituency in Balaghat district of Madhya Pradesh. Delhi Crime Branch police arrested him on Monday from his residence in Palace Arch Colony, Kolar, Bhopal. Elected MLA in the year 2008, Samarith is currently the President of Samyukta Kranti Party. Samrita threatened that the Parliament House would be blown up by sending a letter if her 70 demands were not met.

More than 17 criminal cases are registered against Kishore Samrita. In one case, a special court had sentenced him to five years in prison. Earlier in June 2021, Samreet was also arrested, when he was accused of blackmailing Rajesh Pathak, the district president of the Brahmin society.

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