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10 MNS men held for rioting, molesting and ransom bid

Monday, 28 October 2013 - 9:00am IST | Agency: dna

The DN Nagar police arrested 10 Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) activists for allegedly rioting, molesting and demanding ransom from businessman Raj Kundra’s Super Flight League Indian Ltd at Filmalaya Studio on Saturday.    

“We have arrested Ghanshyam Parab and his nine associates (all MNS activists) for allegedly rioting and demanding ransom,” said Rajendra Chavan, senior police inspector. The holiday court on Sunday remanded them in police custody till October 29, he added.

According to the police, the incident took place after 10pm on Saturday when Kundra’s company was hosing an event at Filmalaya Studio. The MNS activists barged in and pushed a female receptionist who tried to stop them. They also had a scuffle with the security guards. They demanded money from the producer of the event, Anil Chauhan. The activists then damaged Kundra’s car, besides two other cars and three motorbikes.   

The police said that a few people sustained minor injuries in the incident. They have been admitted to Cooper Hospital for treatment. 

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