Congress was quick to target the first-time BJP MLA, who hit headlines in June for assaulting a civic official with a cricket bat during a demolition drive.
The son of senior BJP leader Kailash Vijayvargiya, assaulted an official of the Indore Municipal Corporation on June 26.
Dust rose up in the air as the structure came crashing down with a thud in the densely-populated area. The adjoining houses, however, remain unaffected.
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While Madhya Pradesh BJP president had Thursday said that no decision was taken on the matter, a senior national leader had asserted that a notice was issued.
The two-storey structure was pulled down three days after the Madhya Pradesh High Court dismissed a petition seeking a stay on its demolition.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday disapproved of the conduct of Vijayvargiya, who had assaulted a civic official in Indore.
He said usually the party's state president issues show-cause notice to the person concerned on disciplinary issues.
Vijayvargiya had attacked the official with a cricket bat in full public view when a municipal team arrived to pull the house down.
Senior leader Kailash Vijayvargiya's son Akash had thrashed a Corporation officer in Indore with a bat and slapped him repeatedly on June 26 and was subsequently arrested.
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Akash Vijayvargiya was arrested last Wednesday after he was caught on TV cameras assaulting municipal officer Dhirendra Singh Bais with a cricket bat while opposing demolition of a dilapidated house.
Congress spokesman Neelabh Shukla demanded that the police file a criminal case against those involved in celebratory firing in front of the BJP MLA's office.
After coming out of the jail the MP was garlanded by his supporters where he refused to have any regret for his actions while talking to the media.
District prosecution officer Rajendra Upadhaya said that the court asked the MLA to furnish a personal bail bond of Rs 50,000 in the case of assault and Rs 20,000 in the other case.
The BJP legislators bail plea had been turned down two times by local courts in as many days.