Ink throwing case: Warrant issued against Ravi Rana, police reached home; MLA said – had come to arrest

Amravati Police reached MLA Ravi Rana’s house in Khar, Mumbai and delivered a bailable warrant issued by the Nagpur bench of Bombay High Court to him. The warrant was issued this week as he did not respond to a notice issued by the Bombay High Court. In the warrant, Rana has been asked to appear in the court on Monday. However, the Amravati police could not serve the warrant as they could not locate Rana at his residence.

Soon after the police team visited, Rana released a video in which he said that the Amravati Police was in Mumbai to arrest him. Rana said, “I was not present at home, so they could not arrest me. There is a conspiracy on the part of the Mahavikas Aghadi government to ensure that I cannot vote for the BJP.”

Rana ordered to appear in court on Monday

According to Amravati police, Rana was charged under sections 307 (attempt to murder) and 353 (assault or criminal force to prevent a public servant from discharging his duty) after he threw ink on Amravati Municipal Commissioner Praveen Ashtikar on behalf of three women. ) case has been registered. A senior Amravati police official said, “It is a bailable warrant asking him to appear in the court on Monday. The warrant was issued in a criminal case in which ink was thrown at the Amravati Municipal Commissioner.”

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