Indore: Revoke Sec 307, IPC, against Bhadoria, says Congress plea to court

Submits video footage in his favour to the court as well as to the police

Staff ReporterUpdated: Sunday, July 10, 2022, 01:05 AM IST
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Indore (Madhya Pradesh): Congress leaders submitted a memorandum to the police on Saturday to revoke IPC Section 307 against Raju Bhadoria. The Congressmen also submitted proofs in favour of Bhadoria before the court with an application for his anticipatory bail.

In the memorandum submitted by Congress leader Chintu Chouksey to the police, he mentioned that Congress candidate from ward No. 22 Raju Bhadoria was not present at the spot where women protested against BJP leader Chandu Shinde and gheraoed his car. “We’ve also submitted the videos and the CCTV footage of the incident to the police and to the court. A video in which Bhadoria was seen at another booth at the same time was also submitted as proof,” Chokse mentioned.

The Congress leader also demanded that the police book Shinde for misbehaving with women. BJP leader Chandu Shinde was gheraoed by a large number of women on polling day as a protest and he had to flee from the scene to save himself. Later, the police booked Raju Bhadoria under Section 307 of the IPC after hours of political drama at the Heera Nagar police station.

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