Stone pelting at social worker’s house: Pressure to withdraw complaint lodged against former minister, wrote in letter – We have dealt with many such commanders

Sharad Pathak, Chhindwara. Stones have been pelted at the house of Purnima Verma, the commander of Gulabi Gang, an organization fighting for women’s rights. The glass of his house has also been broken in this incident. Apart from this, a threatening message has also been sent tied to the stone, due to which the family has come in panic.

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Let us inform that 3 days ago, a police complaint was lodged by Purnima Verma, the commander of the Gulabi gang, regarding the misbehavior with the minor girls by Gaurishankar Bisen, chairman of the Other Backward Classes Commission. On the other hand, at around 8:00 pm on Tuesday night, when Purnima Verma was sitting in her house, two stones were pelted on the glass of her house by unknown elements and along with the stone, a computer-typed message was sent on the paper, in which it was written that- You are the commander of Gulabi Gang, aren’t you? We have got rid of many such commanders. Take back your complaint and sit quietly at home. This is my first and last warning, otherwise you are wise.

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Here, due to this sudden attack, Purnima Verma’s family came in panic and they have lodged a complaint with the police. In the preliminary investigation by the police, the matter has been taken into cognizance and further action is going on. Poornima Verma said that her family is definitely in panic due to this sudden attack but her spirits are high and she will continue her fight against Gauri Shankar Bisen despite all the threats. The accused are being identified by the police by collecting the recording of CCTV cameras nearby.

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