MUMBAI: Maharashtra police detained Congress legislator Nitesh Rane on Tuesday for purportedly tossing a fish at a government official recently. The incident took place last week when a meeting was going on. The Congress legislator Nitesh Rane lost his temper and purportedly hurled a fish at a senior government officer.
Mr Rane was detained along with 23 other persons at Malvan in coastal Konkan. After the capture, he also appeared into the local court, Sindhudurg’s Additional Superintendent of Police Prakash Gaikwad stated.
The police has filed a case of criminal force on a public servant, rioting, criminal intimidation.
In the latest video clip telecast by media, Mr Rane is observed discussing to the fisheries commissioner of Sindhudurg in his office. Abruptly, the legislator lost his cool, took a fish and threw it at the government official.
The lawmaker from Kankavli said he did as such to dissent the officer’s asserted “uninformed demeanor” towards the hardships of the customary angling group of the Konkan locale.
“There are two sorts of anglers in Sindhudurg. One who utilize conventional strategies for angling and the other who utilize present day innovation,” Mr Rane expressed.
He said by the express government’s tenets, angling ranges are obviously divided for the two groups.
However, those utilizing present day innovation regularly traverse to the ranges reserved for anglers utilizing conventional techniques, bringing about money related misfortunes to them, he asserted.
Mr Rane, child of senior Congress pioneer and previous Chief Minister Narayan Rane, had stated, “No means have been taken to understand these issues. Customary anglers are confronting bad form for long at this point. In this manner, we needed to take a forceful stand today,” he said.