NSUI files police complaints against Amit Shah

NEW DELHI/ITANAGAR Jul 3: The National Students’ Union of India (NSUI) on Tuesday filed police complaints across the country against BJP president Amit Shah, accusing him of “abusing his power as the head of the ruling party to subvert the rule of law.”
NSUI members filed complaints in 100 districts of 28 states, Ruchi Gupta, joint-secretary of the All India Congress Committee and NSUI in-charge, said.
In Arunachal Pradesh, the state NSUI unit filed complaints at Doimukh and Itanagar police stations.
In a press statement, state NSUI president Teli Mello Camdir said Shah brazenly misused his power to subvert the constitution “but no action has been initiated against him because he is the head of the party.
“Shah is a threat to public peace and order. He continues to intimidate young women, activists, judges and minorities in the country. A state of fear and intimidation looms over the people of this country. He is emboldening criminals across the country,” Camdir said. (With PTI input)