In a shocking incident, a Congress MLA Harsh Vijay Gehlot threatened a sub-divisional magistrate during a protest organised by his party against the new farm laws. Gehlot was caught on camera while misbehaving and threatening SDM Kamini Thakur in Saliana town of Ratlam, Madhya Pradesh after a tractor rally that was undertaken by the Congress in support of protesting farmers. The incident reportedly took place on January 17. In the video, the MLA can be seen threatening the woman officer. He says, “You are a woman. Had you not been a woman I would have held you by the collar and then handed the memo to you”. Watch the video to know more.
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