Minister’s son booked for assaulting couple, bike rider

Bhopal: An FIR has been registered in the case of assault by the son of Narendra Shivaji Patel, Minister of State in the Mohan Yadav government, in Bhopal. The son of the Minister of State is accused of assaulting a bike rider and he also assaulted a couple who came to his rescue. Minister of State Narendra Shivaji Patel himself reached Shahpura police station regarding the matter. Bhopal Police have line attached four cops in this regard.

According to the FIR lodged at Shahpura police station, complainant Alisha Saxena’s husband Dennis Martin told that he owns a restaurant in front of which an Innova car stopped on Saturday evening in which some boys and girls were traveling. The boys riding in the Innova got down and hit a bike rider.

Alisha alleged that when she and her husband Dennis Martin tried to save the bike rider Sonu, the youth who were assaulting him abused them and attacked Alisha. The accused youth was calling himself Abhigyan Patel, son of the minister.

Abhigyan and his associates beat up Sonu. Sonu has suffered injuries on his head. When Sonu reached the police station with his wife to complain about the assault, the minister’s son also reached there. There was a dispute between them in the police station.

Bhopal youth drowns in Raisen in swimming pool

A youth from Bhopal drowned in a swimming pool in Raisen. Although there were a lot of people around, no one even paid attention to it. Ultimately, after all his unsuccessful attempts, he died by drowning in the pool.

The youth has been identified as Sagar Janjale, who used to live in Bhimnagar, Bhopal. He had gone to Raisen with his employer to celebrate Rangpanchami. This pool party was organized in Raisen by many influential people of Bhopal. While bathing in the pool during the party, Sagar drowned in the water and lost his life. Even the people celebrating the party and taking bath with him did not pay attention to the youth drowning in pool. A CCTV of this incident has also surfaced. In which the youth is seen drowning, but no one even paid attention to it.

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