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Kirit Somaiya ‘attack’: Mumbai Police arrest 4, including ex-mayor Vishwas Mahadeshwar

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Earlier today, a Somaiya-led delegation met officials of the Union home ministry in connection with the incident.

The Mumbai Police on Monday arrested four accused, including Shiv Sena leader and former city mayor Vishwanath Mahadeshwar, in connection with the attack on Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Kirit Somaiya, who was attacked Saturday night at the Khar police station where he went to meet independent parliamentarian Navneet Rana, and her husband, independent MLA Ravi Rana, who were arrested that evening.

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The arrests took place on a day when a Somaiya-led BJP delegation met officials of the Union home ministry, including Minister of State (home), Nityanand Rai, and home secretary Ajay Bhalla, in connection with the incident. “Nityanand Rai assured BJP Delegation to take appropriate steps to Stop Abuse of Power & Assault,” the former Mumbai North-East MP posted on Twitter after the meeting.

 



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