Bhopal: Arun Yadav, 500 others booked on complaint of ASI

BHOPAL: The Habibganj police have filed a case against the PCC Arun Yadav, state president of National Students Union of India Vipin Wankhede and 500 others for “obstructing a government servant in the discharge of his official duties”. The Congressmen also reached the police station to file the case against the policemen who assaulted the state president.

The CSP of Habibganj CM Dwivedi informed that the police have filed the case against the president Arun Yadav and Vipin Wankhere. He added that the party chief had violated the conditions in the permission for the demonstration. Their supporters pelted stones on the police force in which one ASI Manoj Saha was injured. The police have made him the complaint of the case.

The police have registered the case under section 148, 188, 353, 332, 336 and 506 of IPC against the leaders.

He also added that around seven policemen have been injured in stone pelting done by the Congress supporters.

He also informed that the leaders have received minor injuries in cane charge. The medical report of government hospital and MRI conducted in medical college are normal.

On the other hand the district Congress president PC Sharma and his supporters reached the police station and submitted a memorandum to register the case against the police men who have assaulted their president.

CSP added that the police will investigate the memorandum submitted by the PC Sharma and will take action accordingly.

During the submission ruckus occurred around 100 Congressmen entered the police station premises raising the slogans. The police remained helpless to control the supporters.

State Kisan Congress also burnt the effigy of the chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, protesting the cane charge done against the Congressmen on Monday.

The state president Dinesh Gurjer alleged that the police wanted to suppress the democratic rights through the police lathi.

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