Five Sena activists chargesheeted for violating prohibitory orders

January 09, 2016 11:17 am | Updated September 22, 2016 11:16 pm IST - Muzaffarnagar

Police has filed a chargesheet in a local court against five Shiv Sena activists for inciting communal tension and violating prohibitory orders in a case here.

Those chargesheeted on Friday include president of party state unit Lalit Sharma, district president Narender Panwar, district general secretary Anand Perkash Goel and party activists Yogender Sharma and Bhuwan Mishra.

Police had registered a case against hundreds of activists and named five Sena leaders for inciting communal tension and violating prohibitory orders last year for taking out a procession without proper permission in Newmandi area on October 4, 2015.

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