Thane's AIMIM office vandalized

Thane's AIMIM office vandalized

There is news of the attack on the office of All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) in Thane, Maharashtra. Some unidentified assailants ransacked the office and beat up a man with sticks. It is being told that 10-12 people have carried out this incident in the Mumba office of AIMIM. The attackers fled from the spot after carrying out the incident. The matter was reported to the police. Thane Police has registered a case against unknown assailants.

The statement of the party is yet to come about this incident, which was carried out in the Thane office of AIMIM. In September last year itself, the Delhi residence of AIMIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi was vandalized. There were reports of breaking the glass of the entrance and outer window of his residence. In the case, the Delhi Police took five people into custody and questioned them. Owaisi was not at the spot when the house was attacked by anti-social elements. Questions were raised on the law and order situation in Delhi regarding the vandalism of the MP's residence.

Owaisi's convoy was attacked in February

In February this year, Asaduddin Owaisi himself became a victim of the attack and narrowly escaped. Actually, Owaisi's convoy was attacked at Chhijarsi toll of Hapur. In the incident of 3 February, Owaisi's convoy was fired upon. The police had arrested the accused named Sachin Sharma and Shubham in the case. Later, another accused was caught by the police. A 9 mm pistol and three bullets were recovered from the main accused Sachin Sharma. A 32-bore revolver and a kiosk were found from the accused Shubham. The accused Sachin had revealed in the police interrogation that he had tried to attack Owaisi on three-four occasions but could not succeed.

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