"The question of apology doesn't arise as I am not angry with him in the first place," he said. He was reacting to Dadlani’s tweet slamming the Haryana government for inviting him to the state Assembly last week.

Meanwhile, a police complaint has been lodged against Dadlani after his offensive tweet against Tarun Sagar.

The complaint was made by a member of an organisation named Jain Life at the Shahadra police station in Delhi.

On Saturday, Vishal tweeted about Tarun Sagar, mocking him for giving a speech in Haryana Assembly while being naked.
Adding to mounting criticism on Vishal, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and Delhi minister Satyendra Jain also tweeted in support of Jain Guru Tarun Sagar.

Also read: Police Complaint Filed Against Vishal Dadlani For His Jain Monk Tweets

Aam Aadmi Party Apologises

AAP convenor Arvind Kejriwal described Tarun Sagar "as a very revered saint, not just for Jains but everyone. Those showing disrespect is unfortunate and should stop. We deeply respect him and his thoughts". Delhi Home Minister Satyendar Jain also apologised for Dadlani's remark.

Vishal Dadlani To Quit Politics

After his comments on Jain religious leader Tarun Sagar drew criticism from Arvind Kejriwal and others, Aam Aadmi Party’s star campaigner Vishal Dadlani “quit all active political work/affiliation” late Saturday evening.

"It feels bad that I hurt my Jain friends & my friends @ArvindKejriwal & @SatyendarJain. I hereby quit all active political work/affiliation. I apologise again, to the Jain Community, & all others offended. But I beg you all not to support religion in governance, for India's sake," Dadlani tweeted.

Also read: Vishal Dadlani To Quit Politics After Facing Flak From Kejriwal For His Jain Monk Tweets

He also apologised to the Jain community. "I made a mistake by offending the peaceful Jain community, and I felt the only way to truly apologise, was to renounce my ego. I made a mistake, & I'm genuinely sorry. That's all," he said.


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