Karnataka Election: Odisha news live today Headlines The Congress on Mon demanded the arrest of state Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar’s kinsman for allegedly assaulting senior voters complaintive outside the venue wherever BJP President Amit crowned head was addressing party’s booth employees on Sunday evening. A statement issued by state Congress advocator Avinash Tavares on Mon aforementioned that the Chief Minister’s kinsman Akhil allegedly abused senior voters from state Suraksha Manch, a regional party mentored by former state RSS chief Subhash Velingkar and created a law and order scenario on a public road.”We additionally demand immediate arrest of Akhil for assaulting senior voters and making law and order scenario close to the venue. the other activist humoring in similar activity would are sent behind bars in real time by State Police,” the Congress aforementioned. On Sunday, before long when the meeting, Akhil Parrikar had filed a criticism at the Again station house inculpative members of the Manch of attempting to besmirch and malign Parrikar’s and his family’s image. In the criticism, Akhil additionally alleged that the Manch’s members heckled him and his mother.”The entire exercise was aimed only towards defaming and maligning the image of honorable Chief Minister of state, his family furthermore as Bharatiya Janata Party. This was consistently dead to disrupt the peaceful conduct of booth employees meeting and making enmity,” Parrikar had aforementioned. According to Hrudaynath Shirodkar, AN workplace bearer of the match World Health Organization was additionally gifted once the altercation happened outside an interior structure close to Panaji, a counter-criticism has additionally been filed against Akhil Parrikar at a similar station house, inculpative the latter of alleged assault and abuse. The Manch’s members were complaintive Amit Shah’s statement throughout AN election rally in the state, wherever he had secure to divert water from the controversial Mhadei stream to the Southern state among six months.