MP: BSP MLA booked for abusing, threatening Damoh C Govt workers bodies search her arrest
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The collector of Damoh district in Madhya Pradesh has lodged a complaint in opposition to BSP MLA Rambai Parihar, accusing her of abusing and threatening him.
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The collector of Damoh district in Madhya Pradesh has lodged a complaint in opposition to Bahujan Samaj Celebration’s woman MLA Rambai Parihar, accusing her of abusing and threatening him, a police real acknowledged.
In response to the complaint lodged by collector S Krishna Chaitanya, the Kotwali police here hang registered a First Knowledge Chronicle (FIR) in opposition to the legislator, he acknowledged.
Rambai Parihar, who represents Patharia Assembly constituency in Damoh, has been charged under Indian Penal Code (IPC) sections 353 (assault or criminal power to deter public servant from discharge of responsibility),186 (obstructing public servant in discharge of public gains), 323 (voluntarily inflicting damage), 294 (shameful phrases) and 506 (criminal intimidation), Additional Superintendent of Police Shiv Kumar Singh acknowledged.
As per the complaint, the incident occurred on Friday, when the MLA alongside with some females from her constituency met the collector concerning grievances over some local arena.
The complaint acknowledged that for the length of the assembly, Parihar misbehaved with the collector and primitive shameful and shameful phrases in opposition to him.
Meanwhile, some organisations representing executive officers and workers handed over a memorandum to the collector, declaring that if the BSP MLA became no longer arrested within seven days, they’d originate a massive disclose here.
When contacted, a police real acknowledged they’re going to hang to protect permission from the Madhya Pradesh Assembly earlier than taking motion in opposition to Parihar.
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