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BJP MP Satish Gautam Caught on Camera Inappropriately Touching Women Colleague

A video featuring BJP Member of Parliament (MP) Satish Gautam has gone viral on social media, causing a stir and embarrassment for the party. In the video, Gautam can be seen placing his hands on the shoulders of a woman MLA while they were on stage, resulting in the MLA feeling uncomfortable and relocating to another seat. The incident, which occurred on September 25, has gained attention on social media, although its authenticity has yet to be officially confirmed.

The incident unfolded during a program organized by Kol MLA Anil Parashar to commemorate the birth anniversary of Pandit Deendayal Upadhyaya at the Shri Ram Banquet Hall. The event was attended by several prominent figures, including ministers and the woman MLA who was the subject of the incident. BJP MLA Barauli Thakur Jaiveer Singh was observed closely watching Gautam’s actions during the incident.

As the video gained traction online, it led to criticism directed at the BJP leader for his actions. “This is the reality of cultured BJP,” commented Surendra Rajput, National Media Panelist of the Congress Party.

As of now, the BJP has refrained from making an official statement regarding the incident.

(With IANS inputs)

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