Cases against Uma for communal speeches
Tiruchirapalli, July 8: The city police registered two cases against Bharatiya Jana Shakti(BJS) founder-president and the former Union Minister Uma Bharti on the charges of instigating communal disharmony and threatening to commit suicide last night.
Police source said Ms Uma had allegedly said in a demonstration held in the city last evening that BJS party workers, including herself, were ready to sacrifice their lives to protect 'Ramar Sethu' at any cost.
Tamil Nadu Government should look for an alternative route to Ramar Sethu, she added.
The BJS chief left for Bhopal from here last night.