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Cases Against Rajasthan BJP Leader over Burning Vehicles, Thrashing Men on Poll Day

Bhati, a former minister in the state government, and his supporters allegedly thrashed Lakshman Singh and Ganpat Ram on December 7. The BJP workers also allegedly set their vehicles on fire, officials said.

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Updated:December 10, 2018, 11:36 PM IST
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Cases Against Rajasthan BJP Leader over Burning Vehicles, Thrashing Men on Poll Day
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Bikaner: Senior BJP leader Devi Singh Bhati and his supporters were booked for allegedly thrashing two men and setting their vehicles on fire on the election day here, police said on Monday.

Bhati, a former minister in the state government, and his supporters allegedly thrashed Lakshman Singh and Ganpat Ram on December 7. The BJP workers also allegedly set their vehicles on fire, officials said.

Following the incident, two separate complaints were filed on December 8 based on which police registered cases.

Alongside Bhati, the cases mention names of over a dozen BJP members. Those named include Vishwajit Singh, Jalam Singh, Rakesh Mathur, Raju Modi, Vishnu Joshi and Udaibhan.

"Acting on the complaint, FIR was registered against the accused and further investigation is on in the matter, SHO of Bajju police station, Vikram Singh, said.

Rajasthan voted for 199 seats of its 200-member Assembly on December 7 and results will be declared tomorrow.


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| Edited by: Anu Parthiban
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