Bhubaneswar: Amidst demands for his arrest for giving a provocative speech at a Congress rally on September 6, Congress Leader Jagdish Tytler will meet Minister of State of PMO Narayanasamy in Bhubaneshwar on Thursday.
This comes nearly a week after the state Congress leaders clashed with policemen outside the Assembly and injured several, including a woman constable.
Two police organisations and the ruling BJD have demanded arrest of Tytler accusing him of instigating partymen to attack the police and assault a woman constable during the September 6 rally.
The Odisha government, which was examining charges against him did not say anything about its next course of action....more
06:53 AM, Sep 13, 2012
Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCP) Nitinjeet Singh has alleged that the three policemen, who were escorting Jagdish Tytler to Congress Bhawan, were attacked by the Congressmen in presence of the Congress leader and he did nothing to protect them. ...
04:02 PM, Sep 08, 2012
Bhubaneswar: Under fire from friends and foes alike, Odisha Congress in-charge Jagdish Tytler on Saturday defended himself over the mob violence that broke out outside the state Assembly on Thursday in which a lady constable was attacked, saying that he was not a part of any conspiracy and that the police were equally to blame. The Odisha Police on Saturday filed a case against Tytler for the mob violence and...
01:32 PM, Sep 08, 2012
Bhubaneswar: The Odisha Police on Saturday filed a case against state Congress in-charge Jagdish Tytler for the mob violence outside the Assembly on Thursday. Tytler and six others were booked for attempt to murder, rioting and damage to public property. The police has arrested 34 people so far in connection with the protests. The FIRs were filed after the lady constable who was attacked during the violence claimed that Tytler...
10:39 AM, Sep 08, 2012