Lok Sabha Secretariat summons Maha DGP, Mumbai CP after complaint of harassment by Navneet Rana
New Delhi: Acting on a complaint of illegal arrest and harassment by Lok Sabha MP Navneet Rana, the Privileges and Ethics Wing of the Lok Sabha Secretariat on Friday issued a notification asking Mumbai Police Commissioner Sanjay Pandey to appear before the oral committee along with Maharashtra DGP Rajneesh Seth. instructed. Evidence on June 15
Yashwant Bhanudas, Superintendent of Women’s District Jail Class-II Byculla, has also been issued with the same instructions. “It may please be ensured that the officers of the Government of Maharashtra mentioned above appear before the Evidence Committee on the said date, time and place,” the order said.
The developments come days after Navneet Rana appeared before the Parliamentary Privileges Committee, in which he alleged “inhuman treatment meted out to him at Khar Police Station, Mumbai and the resulting completely illegal arrest”. went. Stating that he has placed everything before the committee, the Independent MP said those responsible for the alleged atrocities should be punished.
He said, “From the time they took me into custody, I have placed everything before the committee for 14 days. Sanjay Raut (Rajya Sabha MP and Shiv Sena leader) is also a part of it. Now, it is for the committee to decide. They should be punished and they will be punished,” Navneet Rana said.
Earlier, the Amravati MP had written a letter to the Lok Sabha Speaker, narrating how she, along with her MLA husband Ravi Rana, were ‘illegally arrested’ from their Mumbai residence on April 23, when they met the Shiv Sena supremo. It was announced to recite Hanuman Chalisa outside. and the residence of Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray. She also alleged that after her arrest, she was denied access to drinking water and washrooms.