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Baba Ramdev's brother sent to judicial custody.

Centre turf YOGA guru Baba Ramdev's brother, Rambharat, was sent to 14- day judicial custody in Hardwar on Thursday, in connection with a clash at the food park that left one dead.

Rambharat was arrested on Wednesday after a truck operator was killed at the Patanjali Yogpeeth food park.

Local truck operators were raising their voice against the use of trucks from different states by Ramdev food processing and pharmaceutical units.

After stone pelting, an armed clash took place between food

turf war park staff and truck operators -- during which Daljeet Singh was killed and six others received serious injuries.

The police have booked Rambharat under Sections 302, 307, 147, 148, 149, 504, 506, 427, 336 of the Indian Penal Court.

A Hardwar court rejected Rambharat's bail plea and sent him to judicial custody. After the incident, cops conducted search operation and recovered guns and revolvers from the food park.

Patheri police station's incharge Manohar Bhandari said, " We have gathered CCTV footage from the park and are scanning it to identify other people involved in the incident."The last rites of Daljeet were conducted in Hardwar on Thursday.

Daljeet's death and recovery of arms has forced the Patanjali Yogpeeth food park management to go on the backfoot. The yoga guru has not issued his statement on the bloody battle so far. Local unit of Congress party hosted a demonstration against Baba Ramdev in Hardwar demanding his arrest.

Food park staff clashed with truck operators

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Date:May 29, 2015
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