Booked for ‘raid’ at woman’s house, Hardik Patel, Alpesh Thakor, Jignesh Mevani blame BJP, justify act

Days after a womans house was raided in a village in Gandhinagar by Congress MLA Alpesh Thakor, youth leader Hardik Patel and Independent legislator Jignesh Mevani; Gujarat police have questioned the act of these leaders and called it irresponsible vigilantism after recovering two pouches of countrymade liquor from 55-year-old Kanchanba Makwana. On July 5, Makwanas home at Adivada village in Gandhinagar was raided by the three youth leaders along with 15-20 supporters. However, Hardik, Thakor and Mevani claimed to have conducted what is called a janata raid, claiming they were acting on information that country made liquor was sold there. They also released a video of the raid later, showing two pouches that were recovered during the janata raid. Meanwhile, the police have registered an FIR against them under Sections 452 (house trespass), 504 (intentional insult with intent to provoke breach of peace), 193 (false evidence), and 114 (abetment) on the basis of Makwanas complaint, as per The Indian Express. Thakor defended the act saying that He also claimed that the government is trying to defame them and hence, filed an FIR against them. Thakor, who has led anti-liquor agitations in the past, said the aim of the On Twitter, Hardik Patel alleged that the Defending Thakor, Mevani and Hardik, Gujarat Congress president Amit Chavda claimed the


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