Former JNU students' union president Kanhaiya Kumar has landed up in trouble after allegedly making objectionable remarks against Prime Minister Narendra Modi. A complaint was lodged at a court in Bihar's Kishanganj with regard to the matter on Wednesday.
The petition was registered at the Chief Judicial Magistrate’s court by Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) minorities' cell state vice president Titu Badwal. He alleged that Kumar had made the "incendiary" comments at the Anjuman Islamia Hall here on Monday.
The case has been filed in the registry of the court and would be taken up for hearing in due course.
The former student leader, who is all set to make his electoral debut from Begusarai Lok Sabha seat on a Communist Party of India (CPI) ticket, was addressing a public meeting organised by the party.
Formerly associated with the ultra-Leftist AISA, Kumar had first hogged limelight three years ago when he was booked in a case related to alleged raising of anti-India slogans inside the JNU campus.