Faridabad AAP leader booked for assault

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Faridabad, Jan 29: The Aam Aaadmi Party (AAP) leader Rishi Chaudhary has been booked for assault, according to a local news report.

The report says that Chaudhary is accused of abducting and assaulting a workshop owner as he could not give him "hafta" or the weekly money recovery.


The family members of the workshop owner, Ramlal Kundu, have approached Mujesar police and requested for the investigation into the matter.

Kundu is a resident of Sanjay Colony, Sector 23 and he runs his workshop in Mujesar village, Sector 24 of Faridabad.

Ramlal's brother Rampal Kundu told ACP Dalvir Singh that the incident took place on the night of January 22, when Rampal was in his workshop, when AAP leader Rishi Chaudhary barged into his shop along with some men.

The whole incident is recorded in a CCTV footage.

"They started beating him up and when Ramlal tried to contact police, they snatched and threw away his phone. Then, they left the workshop. But, they abducted my brother when he was on the way to home and later deserted him at Sector-8, Bye-pass road", Rampal has alleged in his police complaint.

When Ramlal didn't reach home the next morning, then they lodged a complaint with Mujesar police station.

He also claimed that the whole incident is recorded in a CCTV footage.

Right now, Ramlal is admitted to a civil hospital in Ballabhgarh.

Meanwhile, ACP has said that the allegations of 'abduction' and 'money recovery' are not true.

The police has registered the case against Rishi Chaudhary for battering Ramlal in the influence of alcohol.

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