A court docket has ordered registering a case towards Uttar Pradesh minister Anand Swaroop Shukla in reference to an alleged assault on girls in April this 12 months.
The Chief Judicial Magistrate Court handed this order on Monday on the applying moved by one Rani Devi below Section 156(3) of the Code of Criminal Procedure, lady’s counsel Manoj Rai Hans stated.
He stated Ms Devi had complained that she and different individuals, together with girls, of various villages had gone to the home of Mr Shukla, the minister of state for Parliamentary Affairs, on April 5 April for offering free textbooks and different help by faculties below the Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act. The minister received enraged and at his instigation, the ladies have been assaulted and humiliated by his supporters, Mr Hans stated, girls’s garments have been additionally snatched.
Ms Devi has accused Mr Shukla, his brother Aadya Shukla, in-charge of Ballia Kotwali police submit Bal Mukund Mishra, 25 supporters of the minister and 25 police personnel over the alleged assault on the ladies.
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