Shiv Sena corporator ‘manhandled’
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Shiv Sena corporator and group leader in the Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) Ashok Harnaval (40) was allegedly manhandled by the son of former corporator Balasaheb Bhamre of the same party on Monday. The incident occurred around 6.30 pm when Harnaval was moving out of the Rajiv Gandhi E-learning School where he had gone to attend a function.
Both Harnaval and Tushar Bhamre have lodged cross complaints against each other at the Dattawadi police station. Police have registered non-cognisable offences in the case.
Police said Harnaval was the chief guest for the annual gathering of PMC's Rajiv Gandhi E-learning School in Sahkarnagar. Tushar, son of Balasaheb Bhamre, was also present on the occasion.
After the inauguration of the function, Harnaval was leaving for another programme when he had a quarrel with Bhamre over some issue, said the police.
The duo allegedly abused and manhandled each other. Soon supporters of both gathered at the spot in huge numbers, causing tense situation for sometime, said the police.
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