Jarange’s aide remanded in 5-day police custody

  • | Thursday | 30th November, 2023

Chhatrapati Sambhajinagar: Rishikesh Bedre, quota activist Manoj Jaranges close aide and a key accused in the FIR registered for attack on police personnel and a separate FIR for illegal firearm possession, has been remanded in five days police custody.Bedre, a criminal on police record with several serious cases, including attempt to murder, dacoity registered against him, was arrested along with two of his accomplices on Friday in the case of attack on policemen in the aftermath of the violence that broke out in Antarwali Sarati on September 1.The three men were produced before the court on Saturday, and remanded in judicial custody.Police said that at the time of Bedres arrest, they found an illegal firearm and a couple of bullets in his possession. A fresh FIR was registered. On Tuesday, the police moved the local court and sought Bedres custody in the illegal firearm case. Subsequently, he was remanded in police custody till December 2.There is every possibility that the accused was carrying the illegal firearm and live bullets while accompanying Jarange during his tour. We are trying to find out the source of the firearm and also if it was used, said a senior police officer.Bedres arrest has come as a setback to Jaranges core team, as the accused has been an active member of the reservation movement. Though the police officers have refused to come on record about their action against those involved in the attack that left 70 policemen injured, sources said all those identified for their specific role in the violence will face legal action.We also published the following articles recentlyUlhasnagar Police clear RTI activist of firearm allegations, accuse builder of framing himUlhasnagar businessman and RTI activist, Moti Duseja, has been absolved by the police in a case where a revolver and cartridges were found in his plywood shop. The charge sheet filed in court confirms his non-involvement and alleges that he was framed by five individuals, including developer Ajit Bhatia. Dusejas RTI efforts exposed land mafias and led to the booking of five individuals in 2017. However, he faced threats and was arrested in 2022, but after his release, he demanded a CBI inquiry into his case. The recent charge sheet reveals the involvement of police officials and inconsistencies in the FIR and investigation details.UK police shoot man dead who wanted to harm self with firearmsLondon police shot dead a man in an incident in Dagenham. The man, who intended to harm himself, informed the police that he had firearms. Two shots were fired by an officer after the man left the property. The Independent Office for Police Conduct (IOPC) is investigating the incident and has found firearms near the man.Six remanded in custody over killing of French teenagerSix people have been remanded in custody over the killing of a French teenager at a village dance party, sparking political controversy in France. The 16-year-old pupil, identified as Thomas, was stabbed when outsiders descended on a festive crowd in Crepol. Far-right politicians blamed the attack on youths from immigrant backgrounds. Thousands marched in memory of the pupil, and ultra-right activists gathered in the town. The assault was labeled as anti-white racism by the far-right.

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