RTI activist faces threat from builder
An RTI activist filed a non-cognisable offence with the police on Saturday night, claiming that the workers of a builder were threatening him in his locality.india Updated: Sep 13, 2010 02:30 IST
An RTI activist filed a non-cognisable offence with the police on Saturday night, claiming that the workers of a builder were threatening him in his locality.
The activist, Santosh Daundkar, had filed a petition regarding martyr Hemant Karkare’s missing bulletproof jacket during the 26/11 terrorist attack.
The FIR of the missing jacket was registered at the JJ Marg police station, following a complaint made by Daundkar in December 2009.
Daundkar said he has been opposing illegal activities of the builder in the area and had got him arrested in March.
On Saturday, Daundkar claimed the workers of the builder intercepted him and threatened to kill him.
“I approached the police and gave a written application,” said Daundkar.
When contacted, Sanjay Kadam, Senior Police Inspector of Nagpada police station said they had received Daundkar’s application.
“We have filed an NC in the matter to take note of the incident,” said Kadam.
First Published: Sep 13, 2010 02:30 IST