Coimbatore. Members of Marumalarchi Makkal Iyakkam filed a criticism towards Lok Janshakti occasion chief Chirag Paswan on Tuesday, a day after assembly Tamil Nadu Governor RN Ravi over “rumored” assaults on migrant staff, in Coimbatore District, Southern State. Citing the confusion within the state, sparked by Paswan’s assembly with Governor Ravi, the members filed a criticism with the Coimbatore police. Marumalarchi Makkal Iyakkam mentioned Paswan met with the governor and likewise filed a petition relating to the incident regardless of the assaults being labeled as “false” and “untrue”. “It creates confusion,” they added. Condemning the incident, members of Marumalarchi Makkal Iyakkam additionally met with the municipal police commissioner and urged him to take motion towards the chief.
Paswan known as Tamil Nadu Governor RN Ravi on the Raj Bhavan in Chennai on Monday. The assembly befell amid panic that swept by way of migrant staff in Bihar state amid rumors of assaults. Paswan has additionally interacted with migrant staff from Bihar amid rumors of focused assaults.
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“Today the National Chairman of the Lok Janshakti Party @iChiragPaswan met with Bihari workers living in Tamil Nadu and assured them of all possible help against the atrocities committed against them,” mentioned the Lok Janshakti Party (Ram Vilas) in a tweet. Earlier on Monday, Tamil Nadu DGP C, Sylendra Babu mentioned the state of affairs was peaceable and staff had resumed their work.
अज लोक शान्सकती शान्सकती (रा.) के राष्टिया प्रेश्धार में श्री श्री श्री श्री श्री श्री श्री श्री श्री श्री श्री श्री श्री श्री श्री श्री श्री श्री श्री @iChiragPaswan He met Bihari laborers dwelling in Tamil Nadu and guaranteed them of all potential assist. pic.twitter.com/YhBRviZsMM— Lok Janshakti Party (@LJP4India) March 6, 2023
Speaking to ANI, the police chief urged the media to behave responsibly whereas asking individuals to not submit such messages on social media that are “offensive”.
“The state of affairs is now calm and the employees have resumed their work. Just a few have left for the Holi events. They had already booked their tickets and they also left, if not, we’re in a position to persuade them by way of employers. police have reached out to migrant staff and likewise satisfied them that there isn’t any such incident of assault on staff from Bihari or staff from another state right here. movies,” mentioned the police officer.
He mentioned the migrant staff at the moment are satisfied, following the intervention of the police. He additionally known as on migrant staff to not imagine media experiences and social media rumors that police are lively in defending them.
“Rumors are very dangerous and can cause serious public order problems. Therefore, do not transmit such messages on social networks which are very offensive and which can cause serious bitterness between two groups of people. I call migrant workers that there is nothing of this nature that has been reported in the press has happened. You can trust our officers, we are in contact with you. Keep doing your job. There is no There’s nothing negative here. We’re always here for your protection,” he mentioned.
“Everyone must act responsibly, including members of the press,” the DGP added.