Former BSP MP Rakesh Pandey’s son Ashish Pandey was sent to 14-day legal control on Monday by a Delhi court. He was arrested for brandishing pistol during a five-star hotel. Metropolitan Magistrate Dharmendra Singh sent a indicted to jail compartment Nov 5 after a military pronounced that he was not compulsory for serve custodial interrogation.
His bail defence was progressing deserted by a justice and a non-bailable aver was released opposite him.
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In a video that went viral on amicable media, Pandey could allegedly be seen indicating a pistol during guest of a five-star hotel in Delhi, melancholy them in a foyer.
The occurrence had occurred on Oct 14 and open snub had stirred a military to step in and launch a hunt for a indicted who had left blank after a incident.
The Delhi Police had purebred an FIR on Oct 16, following a censure by a partner confidence manager of The Hyatt Regency, who purported that one chairman was flagging pistol in his palm in a porch area of a hotel after a quarrel with a guest.
Pandey was requisitioned underneath Sections 25 and 27 of a Arms Act and Sections 341 (punishment for prejudicial restraint) and 506 (punishment for rapist intimidation) of a Indian Penal Code.
Pandey who had been dodging a detain notwithstanding corner efforts by Delhi and Uttar Pradesh police, had on Oct 18 surrendered before a Delhi court.