Congress's Nana Patole Charged For Brawl At Nagpur Counting Centre

An official said Nana Patole and his supporters entered the counting centre on May 23 without permission and then got into altercations with polling staff and also indulged in sloganeering.

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Congress's Nana Patole Charged For Brawl At Nagpur Counting Centre

A case has been filed against Nana Patole, Abhijeet Wanjari and 10-15 polling agents of Congress


Nagpur: 

The Congress's Nana Patole, who lost from Nagpur Lok Sabha seat to BJP's Nitin Gadkari, was charged along with his supporters for allegedly disrupting the vote counting process on May 23, police said Sunday.

An official said Mr Patole and his supporters entered the counting centre on May 23 without permission and then got into altercations with polling staff and also indulged in sloganeering.

He said Kalamna police filed a case against Mr Patole, local Congress leader Abhijeet Wanjari and 10-15 polling agents of the party on a complaint lodged by Shital Deshmukh, Additional Election Officer, Nagpur East constituency on May 24.

Officials said District Collector and Returning Officer Ashwin Mudgal has informed the Chief Election Commissioner in New Delhi and the Chief Electoral Officer of the state about the complaint against Nana Patole.

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