Nag­pur BJP leader’s sons, wanted since Oct, sur­ren­der

The Free Press Journal - - MUMBAI/STATE - AGEN­CIES

Two sons of Nag­pur BJP leader Munna Ya­dav on Satur­day sur­ren­dered be­fore the Dhan­toli po­lice sta­tion af­ter be­ing un­trace­able since Oc­to­ber.

Po­lice aaid that Karan (22) and Ar­jun (19), along with their fa­ther, were wanted in a case reg­is­tered in Oc­to­ber af­ter they al­legedly at­tacked and se­ri­ously in­jured their rel­a­tives fol­low­ing a dis­pute over burst­ing crack­ers in their lo­cal­ity.

Po­lice Sub-In­spec­tor Anantrao Wa­datkar of Dhan­toli po­lice sta­tion said that Karan and Ar­jun sur­ren­dered on Satur­day af­ter­noon and the Ses­sions Court here sent them to po­lice cus­tody for three days.

The two have been booked un­der rel­e­vant sec­tions of the Ma­ha­rash­tra Con­trol of Or­gan­ised Crime Act (MCOCA), the Arms Act and the In­dian Pe­nal Code, po­lice added.

Munna Ya­dav is still un­trace­able in the case and his dis­ap­pear­ance and the al­leged in­abil­ity of the po­lice to nab him was raised by the Op­po­si­tion in the win­ter ses­sion of the Ma­ha­rash­tra As­sem­bly held in Nag­pur in De­cem­ber.

Munna Ya­dav is cur­rently the chair­man of the Ma­ha­rash­tra Con­struc­tion Work­ers’ Wel­fare Board.

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