Congress leader Narayan Rane (File Photo/ANI)
Congress leader Narayan Rane (File Photo/ANI)

Narayan Rane describes son's misbehaviour with engineer as 'wrong'

ANI | Updated: Jul 04, 2019 19:18 IST

Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India], July 4 (ANI): Congress leader and Rajya Sabha MP Narayan Rane on Thursday described the behaviour of his son Nitesh Rane and his supporters with an engineer as 'wrong.' Rane allegedly misbehaved with the engineer for not filling up potholes in Kanakavali.
"This behaviour is wrong. The protest over the highway issue is correct but this violence by his supporters is not correct. I do not support this," Rane said.
Earlier today, Congress MLA Nitesh Rane and his supporters on Thursday allegedly misbehaved with an engineer for not filling up potholes on a stretch of the road on Mumbai-Goa highway in Kanakavali.
Rane was touring Mumbai-Goa highway along with the engineer Prakash Shedekar. The highway near Kanakavali had several potholes. The MLA and his supporters lost cool and poured mud on the engineer and tied him with a rope on Gadnadi bridge.
This incident comes barely a week after BJP legislator and son of senior BJP leader Kailash Vijayvargiya thrashed a Municipal Corporation officer in Indore with a cricket bat.
The officer, who was in the area for an anti-encroachment drive, was beaten up with the cricket bat mercilessly and slapped three times before the police tried to stop the legislator. (ANI)

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