Pune: Police Case Filed Against Ex-Minister Balasaheb Shivarkar and 11 Others for Contempt of Court in Wanwadi Property Dispute

Pune: A police case was registered against 12 people, including former minister Balasaheb Shivarkar and police inspector Dhananjay Pingal, in the case of contempt of court and grabbing a house in Wanwadi police station. The police have registered a case as per the order of the court.

The people booked as per the orders of the court in this case have been identified as former MLA and former Minister Balasaheb Shivarkar, Police Inspector Dhananjay Pingal, Arun Bhujbal (resident of Fatimanagar, Wanwadi), Vidya Arun Bhujbal and son, Prashant Pawar, Umesh Bhujbal, Sadanand Telugu and his daughter and son-in-law, Kantabai Bandobant Landge, Rajendra Bapurao Surve, Tukaram Kisan Agarkar, Sapna Ghorpade, and Manisha Gaikwad.

In this regard, a 67-year-old woman living in Nanapeth has filed a complaint at Wanwadi police station. On the basis of her complaint, Wanwadi police booked all the accused under IPC 143, 452, 427, and 188.

As per the police information, the complainant has a house at survey number 84/1, Wanwadi. There is a dispute regarding the plaintiff’s house between her and former minister Balasaheb Shivarkar, and the dispute regarding it is sub-judice. The court, in its ruling, ordered the suspension of any further activity until the court’s final order in this case.

In spite of that, on April 10, Balasaheb Shivarkar, police inspector Dhananjay Pingal, and other accused broke the lock of the house and entered the house by defying the court order.

In this case, the woman appealed to the court. The court ordered to file a case against the accused. Accordingly, the Wanwadi police have registered a case against the perpetrators and initiated further investigation into the case.

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