Police case in opposition to Congress chief Srinivas Biwi, Assam Police leaves for Karnataka

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A group of Assam Police left for Karnataka on Saturday to analyze the matter. (File)

Guwahati (Assam):

The Assam Police on Saturday registered a case in opposition to Indian Youth Congress president Srinivas Beevi on the premise of a criticism by a former Congress chief.

In his criticism, he accused Srinivas BV of “harassing” and “discriminating” in opposition to him for the previous 6 months.

In line with the Assam Police, a case was registered on the Dispur police station beneath sections 509,294,341,352,354,354A (iv) and 506 IPC RW part 67 of the Data Expertise Act.

Then again, a group of Assam Police has left for Karnataka on Saturday to analyze the matter. A senior Assam Police officer instructed ANI over telephone {that a} police group of 4-5 members has left for Karnataka.

Then again, the Assam Pradesh Congress Committee (APCC) on Saturday expelled the girl from the get together for six years for “anti-party actions”.

The order was issued after Dutta accused Indian Youth Congress (IYC) president Srinivas BV and her IYC secretary in-charge Vardhan Yadav of “harassing” and “discriminating” in opposition to him for the previous 6 months.

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