Rioting cases against Sena activists registered
Mumbai, Apr 18 (UNI) Police have registered cases of rioting against Shiv Sena activists, including four Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation members, who resorted to agitations at four different places in the metropolis yesterday, accusing Revenue Minister Narayan Rane of corruption in the sale deal of Kurla-based Mukund Limited.
At least four persons were injured when the Sena activists clashed with supporters of Mr Rane during these incidents, police said.
In the first incident, around 50 Shiv Sainiks gathered near the Bhandup railway station last evening, and raised slogans against Mr Rane. They clashed with Mr Rane's supporters in which three persons were injured, police said.
The injured persons were identified as Ramdas Nalavade (38), Mohan Chetvankar (26) and Vitthal Parab (29) who were rushed to the Mulund General Hospital but discharged after receiving first aid, police said.
The Bhandup police has registered a case against the Shiv Sainiks, including four corporators. However, no one has been arrested in this connection so far.
In the second incident, one person was injured while three Sena activists were arrested in Worli.
Three Sena activists were arrested from near the Bandra railway station for violating prohibitory orders and later released on bail in the third incident. The Sena activists also staged agitations at Vile Parle here.
UNI ST MAZ VD RN1950