Maharashtra: Beed police search house of woman claiming to be second wife of Minister Dhananjay Munde

Sharma was arrested at Parli in central Maharashtra's Beed district on Sunday for allegedly attacking a man and hurling casteist abuse after she had announced that she was going to hold a press conference to reveal something.

PTIUpdated: Wednesday, September 08, 2021, 05:27 PM IST
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Police from Beed district on Wednesday conducted searches at the house of Karuna Sharma, a woman who claims to be a second wife of Maharashtra minister Dhananjay Munde, here, an official said.

Sharma was arrested at Parli in central Maharashtra's Beed district on Sunday for allegedly attacking a man and hurling casteist abuse after she had announced that she was going to hold a press conference to reveal something.

Police also claimed to have seized a revolver from her car after the arrest.

A special team led by Deputy Superintendent of Police Sunil Jaaybhaye carried out searches at Sharma's house on SV Road in suburban Santacruz on Wednesday morning, a local police official said, without giving more details.

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