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2 booked for putting shoe garland in BJP minister Rahul Singh Lodhi's neck

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2 booked for putting shoe garland in BJP minister Rahul Singh Lodhi's neck

2 booked for putting shoe garland in BJP minister Rahul Singh Lodhi's neck

Former MLA Rahul Singh Lodhi who quit the Congress and joined BJP after resigning from the post of MLA ahead of the by-polls in Madhya Pradesh on 28 seats.

Rahul Lodhi got the status of Cabinet Minister in Shivraj Singh government.

After getting the portfolio he visited Madhya Pradesh's Damoh on January 17.

Two people throw ink and put shoe garland around his neck.

The supporters of Rahul thrashed them in the presence of cops.

Police took them into the custody.


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