Maharashtra: 10 MNS Workers Held for Vandalising Private School in Ulhasnagar Over Fee Issue
On Wednesday, the police apprehended a minimum of ten members affiliated with the Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) for allegedly causing destruction at a private school located in Ulhasnagar, Thane district, Maharashtra. The incident revolved around a dispute regarding a fee increase. An official stated that a formal case against them is in the process of being filed at the Hill Line police station.
Reportedly, workers belonging to the MNS entered the school premises with demands for a reduction in school fees. Their actions escalated to breaking windows and damaging property on the premises. Additionally, they applied paint to the school's name board. Responding promptly, a police team arrived at the scene and apprehended the individuals involved. These individuals were also heard chanting slogans advocating for a decrease in school fees, according to the official.
Among those arrested is Sachin Kadam, the president of the MNS city unit, as confirmed by Ranjit Dere, senior inspector of the Hill Line police station. The police conveyed that approximately 20 party members participated in the act of vandalism. The investigation remains ongoing.