Bengaluru: BJP MP Tejasvi Surya who had organised a cycle rally from Bengaluru to Kolar on March 27 is once again in the headlines after a video has surfaced on social media wherein the participants of the rally can be seen creating nuisance in front of a mosque and a dargah on their way to Kolar.

The participants of the rally can be seen dancing to the tunes of the ‘Jai Shri Ram’ song on the woofer and with saffron flags in their hands.

According to the reports, the video was shot outside Hussaini Makan Masjid of Kolar where the right-wing activists can be seen dancing with the Hindutva war cry playing on loudspeakers.

In another video, similar visuals can be seen in front of Shahbaz Shah Khalandar Dargah in Kolar with hundreds of Sanghparivar members dancing and creating a nuisance.

More than 300 riders took part in a 7.5-kilometer fun ride, also a part of the ‘Cycle 2 Freedom’ event to commemorate the ‘Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav’.

The videos were shared by independent journalist Mohammed Irshad on Twitter.

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Barabanki (UP), Mar 4: A day after the BJP fielded its Barabanki MP Upendra Singh Rawat from the same seat, a "forged" obscene video of him surfaced on social media on Sunday, police said.

On the basis of a complaint by MP's personal secretary Dinesh Chandra Rawat, an FIR has been lodged against an unknown accused, Kotwali police station in-charge Aditya Tripathi said.

It was alleged in the FIR that some people have made public a doctored objectionable video of the MP to tarnish his image after he was declared a BJP candidate.

Police sources said that in the video circulated online a man is seen in an objectionable position with a woman. The person seen in this video is being said to be Upendra Singh Rawat.

The MP said that as soon as "I got the party's ticket from Barabanki, my opponents did this act", claiming that the video is completely doctored.

He hoped the accused will be identified soon.

In 2019 Lok Sabha polls, the BJP had denied ticket to the then sitting MP Priyanka Singh Rawat and made Upendra Singh Rawat its candidate.