A day after Shiv Sena staff poured black ink on a BJP chief and compelled him to put on a saree, the Solapur Police on Monday arrested 17 individuals in reference to the case, information company ANI reported. Police stated that an FIR has additionally been registered in opposition to them.
BJP chief, Shirish Katekar, was compelled to put on a saree and black ink was poured on him by some Shiv Sena staff in Solapur. In keeping with studies, the BJP chief had criticised Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray.
The incident was captured on cell phone and the video had gone viral. Katekar was additionally paraded by a road. The video additionally reveals a cop attempting to cease the Shiv Sena staff, however he was compelled away by the group who additionally raised slogans in favour of the social gathering.
In the meantime, BJP chief Ram Kadam slammed the Shiv Sena and urged Maharashtra’s Residence Minister Anil Deshmukh to intervene. He demanded strict punishment for these behind the act.
“Shiv Sena goons resort to violence in entrance of the police. These goons have created a ruckus. Neither saints nor jawans are secure right here. When will these goons be arrested?” he tweeted.
Thackeray heads an alliance authorities of three events — Shiv Sena, NCP and Congress. His Shiv Sena had contested the 2019 Meeting elections in an alliance with the BJP, however pulled out of the alliance following a row over the chief ministership. It then joined the ranks with then arch rivals NCP and Congress to kind Maha Vikas Aghadi authorities within the state.