Tuesday, October 16, 2018

Ex-BSP MP's son Ashish Pandey threatens couple with pistol outside five-star hotel in Delhi, booked under Arms Act




The city Police has registered a grievance against a former Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) MP's son once a video of him brandishing a firearm at a five-star building within the town was wide shared on social media. The incident occurred at the Hyatt Regency building late on Saturday.

Union Minister of State for Home Affairs of Republic of India, Kiren Rijiju reacted to the news on Twitter and aforesaid "strong and acceptable action are taken." The minister additionally side that Associate in Nursing FIR has been registered underneath Arms Act and IPC by the city Police which verification of identities of others concerned was being undertaken.

According to Republic of India these days, a team of the city Police has left for Lucknow to figure with the province Police to nab the Ashish Pandey.

The defendant was known as Ashish Pandey, son of former BSP MP Rakesh Pandey, rumored cuckoo. Ashish Pandey is that the brother of Ritesh Pandey, the BSP MLA from Jalalpur in Uttar Pradesh's Ambedkar Nagar, rumored thejas news. The video, obtained by Firstpost, shows Ashish Pandey with a gun at the doorway of the building in South city. He seems to be threatening and hurling abuses at a person and lady, as the building workers at the anteroom try and calm him down. a girl joins the defendant in daunting the couple.

Ashish Pandey, WHO was engaged underneath the Arms Act, is absconding. The police have launched a research for him. Officers told thejas news that the workers at the five-star-hotel in city registered Associate in Nursing FIR against the defendant.


A senior officer was quoted as saying: "A grievance from Assistant Security Manager, Hyatt Regency building, RK Puram, has been received concerning incident that occurred on the intervening night of thirteen and fourteen Gregorian calendar month. A male is seen brandishing a weapon within the footage. A case underneath the Arms Act has been registered."




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