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Manish Tewari’s house vandalised by BJP workers, alleges Congress

Punjab Congress on Sunday alleged that a group of BJP youth wing workers tried to vandalise the private residence of Union minister Manish Tewari here, a charge refuted by the outfit.
The allegations have come a day after two bottles of acid were found outside his house and the police are investigating all angles including foul play into the matter.

‘Today, activists of Bhartiya Yuva Janata Morcha carrying utensils, spoons, Rs five coins and placards gathered outside the Tewari’s house,’ said district Congress president Pawan Dewan.
They shouted slogans against the Union Information and Broadcasting Minister and started throwing stones and bottles inside the house, alleged Dewan.

The activists were led by district Yuva Morcha president Harsh Sharma.
Later they were chased by Congress workers and CISF personnel, deployed at the house, official sources said.


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