Mumbai: A case has been registered against Thackeray MLA Nitin Deshmukh in Nagpur. A case of obstructing government work has been registered against Deshmukh. It is being told that this action was taken due to the tussle between MLA Deshmukh and the police. It is said that there was a scuffle between Akola Balapur Thackeray MLA Nitin Deshmukh and the police. In this case, a case has been registered against Thackeray MLA Nitin Deshmukh in Nagpur.

Nitin Deshmukh was going to Ravi Bhawan area of ​​Nagpur with his workers yesterday. But the police stopped them at the gate itself and a scuffle ensued.

The policeman has accused MLA Nitin Deshmukh of abusing him. According to the complaint of PSI Sakharam Kamble, Nitin Deshmukh had asked the police why they were stopping the workers. PI Sharad Kadam replied that we allow everyone to enter only by giving passes for security reasons.

Nitin Deshmukh showed the badge on his shirt to the police and asked if you know me. Then one of Deshmukh’s supporters got angry and assaulted PI Sharad Kadam.

At this juncture PSI Sakharam Kamble intervened and requested not to use Arwach language.

After this, Deshmukh’s supporters flared up. He used abusive words for the police. Then Nitin Deshmukh also got angry and it was alleged that Deshmukh warned the police to look into it.

Due to this, a case has been registered against Nitin Deshmukh under the sections of obstructing government work, using foul language while talking to government employees and abusing them.

Anil Parab took an aggressive stand in the Legislative Council after the case was registered against Deshmukh. After registering the case, Nitin Deshmukh has said that this action has been taken in a spirit of revenge.

So Nitin Deshmukh..basically we expect these things to happen because this is the second case against me in the last two months.

A case of obscenity was also registered against Bhavna Gawli, here also a similar case has been registered for obstructing government work.

Basically there is no need to take a pass to visit the minister’s bungalow as the public has elected them so the question has been raised that why Mumbai and Nagpur do not have such a rule? Leaders of the opposition party have targeted the government regarding this.

Rahul Dev

Cricket Jounralist at Newsdesk

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