Congress leader arrested for trying to run over police officials at toll booth


Team Udayavani, Mar 30, 2021, 6:23 PM IST

Ankola: A Congress leader and his friends have been arrested for trying to run over police officials in Uttar Kannada district on Monday, March 29.

Congress leader and businessman Suresh Naik, who was travelling along with his friends and his son, was seen quarrelling with police officials at a toll plaza near Ankola before he attempted to mow down Additional SP. Naik, who was travelling in his white Scorpio. He eventually escaped from the scene in his vehicle while none of the officials endured any injuries.

Reportedly, Suresh Naik was travelling along with Bommai Naik, Gopal Naik and his son Suresh Naik.

While the Congress leader and his friends have been arrested, Gopal Naik has been absconding. The Congress leader’s son has been sent to the remand room as he is a minor while the others have been remanded to judicial custody.

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