AAP MLA Naresh Balyan was today captured on charges of ambush, its thirteenth official to arrive in Delhi Police’s net, activating sharp response from the gathering. Balyan, MLA from Uttam Nagar, was, nonetheless, conceded safeguard late today. Balyan was captured on a day that additionally observed Deputy Chief Minister Manish and Okhla MLA Amanatullah Khan being addressed by Anti-Corruption Branch in partitioned cases and news around a non-bailable warrant being issued against Matiala official Gulab Singh surfaced.
“AAP MLA Balyan was captured today regarding an instance of strike enrolled at Uttam Nagar police headquarters a week ago,” said Dependra Pathak, joint official of police (Southwest). Balyan was called for addressing to the police headquarters around 8.30 PM and was later captured, said a senior cop. Mahavir Fauji, a partner of Balyan, was likewise captured, he included. “In such matters, it is crucial to capture the denounced since we need to know the actualities.
It’s a bailable offense in which he was captured and he was given safeguard by late night,” said the officer. Previous AAP volunteer and president of Mohan Garden RWA Henry George had blamed Balyan and his partner for trespassing his office and assaulting him and issuing danger to his life toward the evening in his grievance stopped with the police.
An argument was enlisted against Balyan under Sections 323 (willfully bringing on hurt), 341 (wrongful limitation), 451 (strike) and 506 (criminal terrorizing) of the IPC. A cross FIR was enrolled against George on an objection by Balyan’s partner.
The partner had blamed George and his assistants for mishandling and ambushing the MLA and his supporters who were going from the workplace of the denounced. The body of evidence against George was enrolled under Sections 323, 341 and 506 of the IPC.
Seventeen AAP MLAs have been reserved by the Delhi Police till now on different charges and 13 of them have been captured. The Aam Aadmi Party has asserted political grudge in the activity against its legislators by Delhi Police, which goes under the Union Home Ministry. AAP representative Ashutosh named the activity against gathering MLAs as “tyranny”.