Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday condemned Akash Vijayvargiya's assault of a public official with a bat, saying there are 'no exceptions'.he said such incidents bring a bad name to the party and are unacceptable.
According to multiple sources, PM Modi, during the BJP Parliamentary meeting, said that 'no matter whose son', such a person and people supporting him should be expelled from the party.
Kailash Vijayvargiya's son Akash Vijayvargiya, a party lawmaker is out on bail after being arrested for assaulting a police officer with a cricket bat in Indore. The video of this scene went viral on social media. After his release, Akash said that did not regret his action but would try to follow Mahathma Gandhi's path of non violence in the future and said he would pray to God that he would not get such an opportunity again.
The MLA's father Kailash Vijayvargiya is a BJP national general secretary and was in the meeting when Modi deplored the incident.
The prime minister said such incidents bring the party a bad name and are unacceptable. 'If somebody commits a mistake, there should be a sense of apology as well,' he said.