Charity Commissioner's son, 3 others released on bail
Mumbai, Apr 3 (UNI) A local court today released Vikram Rothe, son of Joint Charity Commissioner, and three others, arrested on charge of assaulting a Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) youth leader at August Kranti maidan in South Mumbai last week, on bail on a personal bond of Rs 5,000 each.
Releasing the trio on bail, Additional Sessions Judge V S Dixit directed them to cooperate with the investigating agency and not to leave the country.
NCP acitivist Sunil Chaudhary, hailing from Dhule district of Maharashtra, was allegedly assaulted by Vikram Rothe and his three associates Sangram Patil (32), Krishna Shetty (40) and Abdul Aziz Nagoi (55).
Chaudhary was beaten up allegedly for making complaints to police and local politicians that the bar girls of 'National and Commander' beer bar at Grant Road indulged in ''obscene acts''. Rothe, who is said to have some stake in the bar, had asked Chaudhary to stop complaining to the police and had threatened him with dire consequences if he did not comply.
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