ABI IMPACT: After ABI (Akela Bureau of Investigation) exposed on Tadipaar Congress leader, the Ambernath police arrested him on Wednesday.
The special squad of Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP) B M Bakare arrested Surendra Nagu Yadav from his residence while he was trying to hide there.
39-year-old Yadav is a resident of Mahant Shyamaldas Chowk, Buwa Pada, Amberanth (West), Thane district. He is now also a municipal councilor from Congress party.
“Yes we have arrested Surendra Yadav and will take appropriate action,” said B M Bakare, ACP, Ambernath.
On June 12, 2015 ABI (abinet.org) has published an article under headline, Tadipaar Congress leader openly holds election meetings and rallies, freely visits police station that externed him, and wins Ambernath civic pol. As per news Surendra Yadav despite being as Tadipaar (extern) he openly flouting the law and held meetings, rallies, run a full-fledged poll campaign, visited the police station and finally even win the municipal election! Though the Ambernath police had themselves served the man in question the tadipaar (externment) notice, they dare not, or are unable to, arrest him.
On April 1, the Ambernath police served the tadipaar notice (copy available with ABI) to Surendra Yadav, informing him that he had been externed for six months from Mumbai city, Mumbai suburban and Thane districts. Yadav did not bother himself with the notice. He got a ticket from the Congress, submitted his nomination form, held meetings, and went campaigning door to door.
As if all this were not enough, Yadav even visited the Ambernath police station three times to settle petty disputes with candidates.
Yadav finally won the election. He defeated his nearest rival, Shiv Sena’s Pramod Chaubey, by a margin of four votes.
On April 29, Yadav filed a writ petition (copy available with ABI) seeking a stay on the externment order in the Bombay High Court, but a bench of Justice Anuja Prabhudesai and Justice Ranjit More disposed of his petition.