BJP MLA Akash Vijayvargiya, who was jailed for thrashing a municipal company officer with a bat, stated–he became now not feeling embarrassed or responsible for what he did, as he couldn’t consider whatever else whilst ladies have been being mistreated– whilst he walked out on bail Sunday morning from Indore jail, reports ANI.
On his launch, ANI reviews, Akash was welcomed with flower garlands via his supporters and family.
“I am not responsible or embarrassed approximately what I did as it turned into a public hobby. A girl changed into being dragged brutally in the front of the police, and I wouldn’t consider doing anything else,” he said, adding that he hopes he might no longer have to choose up the cricket bat again.
“We paintings for public hobby and commit every and every moment of our lives for the peace and prosperity of humans of this u. S. We will retain doing that. So So I pray to god ‘ki vo Dobara ballebazi Karne ka avatar nade’ (I Pray to God that I need to be now, not given any other possibility to select up the bat” he changed into suggested announcing.
Kailash Vijayvargiya, BJP General Secretary, and Akash’s father obtained him outside the prison and his supporters. They garlanded him and took him back domestic in a procession, firing gunshots within the air, and bursting firecrackers along the way stated one IANS file.
According to the report, Akash went to the BJP office earlier than heading domestic, in which he was offered flora and sweets. He thanked his supporters and said that he spent his time well in prison. However, he promised that he could retain to work for the human beings of the area.
Another MLA from Indore Ramesh Maindola, a near confidante of Kailash Vijayvargiya, turned into the present in his adventure home.
The BJP MLA spent four nights in jail for thrashing with a cricket bat a municipal organization official who became looking to evict occupants of a house declared risky for dwelling. However, he was granted bail via a Special Court in Bhopal on Saturday.
Announcing the bail order, Additional Sessions Judge S.K. Singh said that the case diary did now not consist of files approximately the dilapidated residence being declared “risky.”
The BJP MLA also granted bail in another case associated with main a protest without permission to oppose power cuts inside the kingdom.
The courtroom granted bail within the first case on a surety bond of Rs 50,000 and in the second case on a surety bond of Rs 20,000. After the court order, Akash tweeted: “Satyameva Jayate.”