The Delhi Police has arrested 4 members of Nationwide Scholar Union of India (NSUI) for allegedly setting fireplace outdoors the Delhi residence of BJP president JP Nadda.
File picture of BJP Nationwide President JP Nadda (Photograph: India Right this moment)
The Delhi Police has arrested 4 members of Nationwide Scholar Union of India (NSUI), the youth wing of the Congress, for allegedly setting fireplace outdoors the Delhi residence of BJP president JP Nadda.
The incident passed off at round 4.30 pm on June 21 at Nadda’s Moti Lal Nehru Marg residence. In response to the police, 8-10 individuals had gathered outdoors the home and began sloganeering. After a while, the protestors turned aggressive, wrapped two khakhi shorts on a picket stick and set them on fireplace.
Thereafter, they tried to throw the burning sticks to the safety room on the gate of the home, however this try was thwarted by the safety employees.
The CCTV footage revealed that about 10-12 individuals had come there in two autos, which have been discovered to be registered at Rohtak, Haryana and Bijnaur, Uttar Pradesh.
Based mostly on these evidences, the police performed raids at totally different areas and arrested 4 individuals — all members of NSUI. The accused have been recognized as, Jagdeep Singh, Sarvottam Rana, Pranav Pandey and Vishal.
A case has been registered beneath IPC sections 188/146/147/149/278/285/ 307/436/120-B.
Police have additionally recovered one Innova automotive utilized by the accused. Different co-accused have additionally been recognized and efforts to apprehend them are underway.