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Ashamed, says MP as 6 men look for Noida woman assaulted by ‘BJP leader'

India Today logo India Today 07-08-2022 Arvind Ojha
Six men detained by the police are relatives of Shrikant Tyagi, police said. (Image: India Today) Six men detained by the police are relatives of Shrikant Tyagi, police said. (Image: India Today)

Days after Shrikant Tyagi was booked for hurling abuse and assaulting a woman in Noida, his relatives on Sunday allegedly tried to seek address of the victim. Shrikant Tyagi identified himself as a BJP leader on social media, a claim that was later denied by the saffron party following the incident.

On Sunday, 6-7 men entered the Grand Omaxe society in Sector-93B in Noida and allegedly started asking about the address of the woman who was mishandled by Shrikant Tyagi.The residents refused to divulge the information and detained the men. Following the ruckus, the police team reached the spot and took charge of the detained men.

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Ruckus erupted inside the Grand Omaxe society in Sector-93B in Noida. (Image: India Today)

As the matter escalated, BJP MP Mahesh Sharma reached the Noida society.

BJP leader Mahesh Sharma said, "I am ashamed about what happened today. I request Union home Minister Amit Shah and UP Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath to initiate action against the officials over delay in catching Tyagi."


The Noida Police has registered an FIR in connection with the case and IS trying to nab the accused. The police also questioned Shrikant Tyagi's wife on Sunday in connection with the case.

Speaking to India today, a senior police officer said that the men who were detained on Sunday are relatives of the wife of Shrikant Tyagi.

"The men had gone to enquire about Shrikant Tyagi's wife but were stopped from entering the society," the police official said.

The detained men said, "You can examine videos. We did not misbehave or fight with anyone."

Additional Superintendent of Police (ADSP) Ankita Sharma said, "We'll register an FIR, investigate the case, and take action accordingly."

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