Stop bullying, BJP city chief warns NCP

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The Bharatiya Janat Party, Pune had organized an agitation at the Alka Talkies Chowk on Wednesday morning to voice their concerns against NCP’s ‘fabricated complaints’.

Chaitraly Deshmukh-Tajane

Pune : The workers of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) organized a counter protest on Wednesday over the ‘Balgandharv incident’. The workers of Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) staged a silent protest against the alleged mishandling and beating up of their women workers at an event organized at Balgandharv, two days back.

Jagdish Mulik, city President, BJP asked the NCP to stop bullying and said that NCP must not falsely implicate things and drown the culture of the city. The BJP had organized an agitation at the Alka Talkies Chowk on Wednesday morning to voice their concerns against NCP’s ‘fabricated complaints’.

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Speaking to Pune Pulse, Mulik said, “NCP leaders had planned to disrupt the event of the Union Minister Smriti Irani. So, they reached Senapati Bapat road and forcefully tried to enter the J W Marriott hotel, protested and tried to block the minister’s car. The security guard’s car was attacked. NCP workers had brought eggs and ink bottles to Balgandharv Rangmandir. However, no serious offenses have been registered against them in this regard.”

Mulik said, “Serious offences like molestation have been filed against the BJP workers. We demand immediate withdrawal of these charges. Stern action must be taken against the NCP workers for misuse of law and fabricating stories. NCP workers must come out clean.”

Mulik also added that NCP workers were attacking BJP office bearers and citizens are being bullied. “Serious cases are being registered against the NCP workers with the help of police as they are collecting money. Even if a hundred cases are filed against us, we won’t get scared. Our fight against bullying will continue. We respect the law and believe in judiciary.”

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