Hindutva terrorist Kalicharan slapped with sedition charge for abusing Mahatma Gandhi, glorifying independent India’s first terrorist Nathuram Godse


The trouble for Hindutva terrorist Kalicharan increased manifold on Thursday after the Chhattisgarh Police slapped him with the sedition charge for abusing Mahatma Gandhi and glorifying Nathuram Godse, independent India’s first terrorist.

According to reports, the Chhattisgarh Police have booked Kalicharan under sections 124A (sedition), 153 A (1)(A), 153 B (1)(A), 295 A ,505(2), and 124A of the IPC. The Chhattisgarh Police said in a statement, “He (Kalicharan) has been booked under section 505 (2) (creating and promoting enmity hatred) and section 294 (obscene act at place) of the IPC. On the basis of investigation, we have also included charges under section 153 A (1), 153 B (1) etc of the IPC.”

Fearing arrest, Kalicharan had taken refuge in BJP-ruled Madhya Pradesh where he booked himself in a hotel in Khajuraho but did not stay there to mislead the cops from Chhattisgarh. Instead, he was living at a rented accommodation about 25 kms from Khajuraho.

Chhatarpur superintendent of police Sachin Sharma said that the hatemonger was living in a rented room in Bageshwar Dham, 25km from Khajuraho. He said, “He booked a room in a guest house in Khajuraho by hiding his identity. When he reached there on Thursday morning, he was arrested by Chhattisgarh police.”

In the viral video, Kalicharan was seen praising Hindutva terrorist Nathuram Godse, the assassin of Mahatma Gandhi. He said, “Maha Harami Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi ne satyanas pel diya. Nathuram Godse ji ko namaskar hai. Maar Daala wo harami ko. Dekho operation karna bahut zaroori hota hai phode phunsion ka, nahi to ye cancer ban jaate hain. (This super haramai Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi destroyed everything. Salute to Nathuram Godse for killing this harami. See, it’s important to carry out the operation of wounds before they become cancer).”


His arrest had left Madhya Pradesh Home Minister Narottam Mishra seething as he accused the Chhattisgarh government of breaking the protocol. To which, Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel had asked Mishra to explain if he was happy or sad over the arrest of Kalicharan, who abused Mahatma Gandhi.