FIR towards BJP MPs Nishikant Dubey, Manoj Tiwari for ‘trespassing’ on Deoghar airport


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New Delhi, Sep 03: Jharkhand Police has registered an FIR towards BJP MP Nishikant Dubey, his 2 sons, MP Manoj Tiwari, Deoghar airport director, & others, for allegedly forcefully taking clearance from the Air Visitors Management (ATC) for take-off from Deoghar airport on August 31.

The district administration of Deoghar claimed that the BJP MPs broke guidelines as they went to go to the members of the family of the Dumka woman who was set ablaze by a stalker. The BJP leaders reached the Deoghar airport, not but totally purposeful, in a chartered aircraft and entered the air visitors management room. The pilot of the aircraft was pressurising for a clearance, although night time touchdown is just not allowed on the airport, Deoghar deputy commissioner Manjunath Bhajantri claimed. Nishikant Dubey, however, filed a zero FIR towards Deoghar DC in Delhi for obstructing in his work.

File photo of Nishikant Dubey and Manoj Tiwari

Deoghar Police mentioned,”The FIR was registered at Kunda police station on September 1, on the criticism of safety in-charge Suman Anand who acknowledged that the mentioned individuals violated all security requirements by getting into the ATC room and pressured the officers for clearance to take off.”

The incident of alleged trespassing passed off on August 31 amid the continuing political disaster in Jharkhand. Coaching the gun at chief minister Hemant Soren, Nishikant Dubey on Saturday mentioned the CM is so shocked that he deployed your entire system to deflect from the problem — the homicide of the Dumka woman.

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“Nine persons, including both the MPs – Nishikant Dubey and Manoj Tiwari – and the airport director were booked under IPC sections 336 (act endangering life or personal safety of others), 447 (punishment for criminal trespass), 448 (punishment for house-trespass),” mentioned Kunda police station in-charge Praveen Kumar.

The incident comes amid the continuing political disaster in Jharkhand.

Story first printed: Saturday, September 3, 2022, 11:35 [IST]

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