MLA’s corporator son booked for trespassing
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The Chatuhshrungi police have booked Congress Corporator in PMC Sunny Nimhan, son of Congress MLA Vinayak Nimhan, and a few others on charges of trespassing into a property in Baner, wrongfully restraining its owners and threatening them.
The police said two separate complaints had been registered against Chandrashekhar alias Sunny Nimhan and the others. The full names and other details of the co-accused are yet to be ascertained.
While one complaint has been lodged by one Anjali Arun Deshmukh of Baner and another person, the second complainant was filed by three persons. Police said the case pertained to an approach road to an under-construction residential area near Dhawalgiri Society along the Katraj-Dehuraod bypass on the Mumbai-Bangalore highway.
Senior inspector Ajay Kadam said: "They have said in the complaints that Nimhan and another suspect trespassed onto the approach route to their residential society on Saturday night, demolished an under-construction wall with an earth-mover and also wrongfully blocked the way. There are some other suspects in the case. We are yet to identify them." Kadam, however, refused to comment on Nimhan's motive behind the act. "We are investigating into it," he said.
Nimhan refuted the charges. "It is a wrong complaint. The land belongs to us. My father had bought it in 1990. The complaint says we have trespassed. Actually they have trespassed into our land. Some of them also beat up our security guard. We have registered an offence in that case."
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