Disqualified Congress MLA’s Son Receives Threat Call, Files Complaint

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Disqualified Congress MLA's Son Receives Threat Call, Files Complaint

Abhishek Rana said that he had filed a complaint at the Sujanpur police station. (Representational)


Abhishek Rana, son of disqualified Congress MLA Rajinder Rana, said he received threat calls on Tuesday evening, while his father’s office also received a threat letter.

According to the information, the caller in the 26-second-long call, allegedly threatened Abhishek Rana and told him that what he was doing was not right.

Abhishek Rana said that he had filed a complaint at the Sujanpur police station.

On this issue, Additional Superintendent of Police Rajesh Sharma said, “Abhishek Rana has informed us about receiving a threat through the telephone at the Sujanpur police station last evening. After receiving the written complaint, the police will take action in the matter.”

At the same time, Abhishek Rana accused the state government of indulging in pressure politics and said that the government is taking action against the MLAs who raised their voice against the government.

Earlier, Rajinder Rana had called the disqualification of MLAs by the Speaker of the Himachal Pradesh Assembly “unconstitutional.”

“The haste with which the decision was taken by the Speaker and the unconstitutional manner in which it was done–the entire state and the country know under what pressure it was done. The decision will come soon,” said Rajinder Rana.

Himachal Pradesh Assembly Speaker Kuldeep Singh Pathania disqualified the six Congress MLAs on Thursday who cross-voted in the Rajya Sabha polls.

The six MLAs who have been disqualified are Sudhir Sharma, Rajinder Rana, Davinder K Bhutto, Ravi Thakur, Chaitanya Sharma and Inder Dutt Lakhanpal.

(Except for the headline, this story has not been edited by NDTV staff and is published from a syndicated feed.)

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