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Bihar: JDU MLA Bima Bharti’s husband and son arrested by police, reason revealed

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Patna: A big news has come out from the politics of Bihar. JDU MLA Bima Bharti’s husband and son have been arrested by the police. The local Mokama police have arrested both of them in Mokama of Patna district.

Police arrested both of them in Arms Act case. Bima Bharti had given this information to the media in the House today also. An Arms Act case was registered against Bima Bharti’s husband Awadhesh Mandal and his son and both were sent to jail.

What did Bima Bharti say?

Bima Bharti said, ‘When I was coming to Patna, my husband and son were picked up by the police. He has been kept in Mokama police station, we were continuously telling Shravan Kumar, Ashok Kumar Chaudhary and all the big leaders of the party that we are coming, our husband has been kept but they did not listen to anything. It was continuously said about us in the media that we are absconding, we are not coming to the assembly. This is absolutely wrong, our husband and son are still being kept in Mokama police station.

Earlier, news had come out that an FIR has been lodged in the Kotwali police station in Patna for the kidnapping of JDU MLA Bima Bharti and Dilip Rai. The FIR for the kidnapping of JDU MLA Bima Bharti and Dilip Rai was lodged by JDU MLA Sudhanshu Shekhar. He alleged that JDU MLA Dr. Sanjeev and contractor Sunil Kumar Rai, close to Tejashwi Yadav, have together kidnapped both the MLAs.

What is the matter of 10-10 crores?

Sudhanshu Shekhar has also alleged in the FIR that an offer of Rs 10 crore each was being given to break the JDU MLAs. Sunil Kumar, close to Tejashwi, had given this offer.

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This post originally appeared on www.indiatv.in

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