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Beed NCP MLA Prakash Solanki & his wife booked for assaulting BJP’s Ashok Shejul

NCP (Nationalist Congress Party) MLA Prakash Solanki and his wife are among eight persons against whom a case has been registered for assaulting BJP leader Ashok Shejul. They have been booked for attempt to murder, unlawful assembly, rioting, and criminal conspiracy. Ashok Shejul was reportedly attacked by the NCP leader, his wife, and others in Beed’s Majalgaon on Tuesday morning.

Majalgaon police station inspector Shitalkumar Ballal informed the media that they have filed an FIR (First Information Report) on the basis of Ashok’s complaint. The BJP leader was rushed to a local hospital following the assault. Doctors said that Ashok sustained fractures in his hands and legs in addition to injuries to his head and face.

“Shejul has said that in the past he has filed complaints against the MLA and his wife and another person for alleged misappropriations in a cooperative where she is a chairperson,” Ballal told media persons. Meanwhile, Solanki, who was in Mumbai on Wednesday for the assembly session, refuted Shejul’s charges.

Hooliganism and goondaism including thrashing opponents are common NCP practices. In February, NCP hooligans thrashed Thane Municipal Corporation’s (TMC) Encroachment Department Deputy Commissioner Mahesh Aher within the TMC premises for allegedly threatening Awhad’s family. They were supporters of Hinduphobic NCP leader Jitendra Awhad who is famous for minority appeasement, threatening common citizens and hooliganism against those who oppose him.

Awhad and other party hooligans regularly indulge in goondaism to intimidate anyone they do not agree with. In November last year, Awhad and his goons stopped the screening of the movie Har Har Mahadev and manhandled the public.

Similarly, last May NCP hooligans bashed up BJP spokesperson Vinayak Ambekar for allegedly putting up a Facebook post that criticized Pawar. Pawar had made a remark derogating Hindu deities by calling himself the ‘father’ of Hindu deities. He conveniently used poetry by Jawahar Rathod to make the comment.

In June last year, multiple FIRs were filed against Nashik youth Nikhil Bhamre for ‘defaming’ NCP chief Sharad Pawar. Similarly, Marathi actress Ketaki Chitale was arrested on May 14, 2022, and sent to judicial custody till May 18 on charges of posting ‘derogatory’ remarks against Sharad Pawar. A case was filed against her under sections 500 (defamation), 501 (printing or engraving matter known to be defamatory), 505 (2) (making, publishing, or circulating any statement, rumour, or report promoting enmity, hatred, or ill will between classes), 153 A (spreading disharmony among people), of the Indian Penal Code.

Readers may recall how MVA minister Awhad had Thane resident Anant Karmuse abducted and beaten black and blue in April 2020. In September 2021, Abhijeet Limaye, the admin of FB (Facebook) page Lakhoba Lokhande, was arrested by the Pune Police Cyber cell on the basis of the complaint by NCP workers for supposedly posting ‘offensive’ comments against MVA leaders. MVA workers blackened his face as Pune police brought him to the court and forced him to issue an apology stating he wouldn’t comment against MVA.

In May 2021, Pradip Gavade, Secretary of BJP’s Yuva Morcha was taken into custody by the Bandra Police Cyber Cell from his Pune residence for allegedly criticizing NCP Supremo Sharad Pawar and his grandson Rohit Pawar. Gavade was booked under sections 295A, 500, and 505/2 of the IPC as well as IT Act 67. Gavade was later released. The list of NCP hooliganism and fascism is never-ending.

(Featured Image Source: Sakal)

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