Avenue vendor booked for manhandling Chandigarh MC workers


A avenue vendor was booked for manhandling a member of an anti-encroachment group in Sector 22 on Tuesday.

Silvamani of Jagatpura village, who’s working as beldar in MC’s enforcement wing, advised the police that he was a part of a group that was eradicating unlawful stalls on the Sector-22 market on Tuesday.

There, a avenue vendor, Akshay, 27, of Sector 40, who was promoting cell phone equipment, used abusive language with him, manhandled him and deterred him from discharge of responsibility. He sustained accidents within the incident and was taken to GMSH, Sector 16, for remedy.

On his criticism, police booked Akshay underneath Sections 332 (voluntarily inflicting harm to discourage public servant from his responsibility) and 353 (assault or felony power to discourage public servant from discharge of his responsibility) of the Indian Penal Code on the Sector-17 police station.

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