An arrest warrant has been issued against Bhartiya Janata Party leader H. Raja in connection with a case where he had used abusive language against officials of Hindu Religious and Charitable Endowments and their family members.
The Judicial Magistrate (II), V. Paramveer, issued a warrant after Mr. Raja failed to appear before the court on Thursday after a summon was issued on him.
An Assistant Commissioner, Hariharan, had lodged a complaint against Mr. Raja stating that he had used abusive language against the officials of HR and CE Department and their female family members during a public meeting in Dindigul district in 2018. Virudhunagar Bazar police station had registered a complaint for using abusive language, preventing Government officials from discharging their duties and inciting hatred.
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