In conjunction with MP Navneet Rana's violation of privilege charge, the Lok Sabha's Parliamentary Privilege Committee has invited the Maharashtra Chief Secretary, state Director General of Police, and Mumbai Police Commissioner to appear before them on June 15.
The topic of Maharashtra MP Navneet Rana's breach of privilege allegation will be taken up by the Committee led by BJP MP Sunil Singh next week.
After Ms Rana filed a complaint with the Lok Sabha Speaker, the Committee summoned many officers from Maharashtra.
The Amravati MP had written to the Parliament's Privileges and Ethics Committee, alleging that she had been wrongfully arrested and treated inhumanely at the Khar police station.
On May 23, Ms Rana spoke before the privilege committee to give her side of the events.
Navneet Rana filed a major violation of privilege complaint with Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla on April 25, and he referred it to the Privilege Committee.
On May 23, Navneet Rana testified before the Parliamentary Privilege Committee, alleging "patently illegal arrest and subsequent barbaric torture meted out to her at Khar Police Station in Mumbai."
Following this, the Privilege Committee summoned Maharashtra Chief Secretary Manu Kumar Srivastava, Director General of Police Rajnish Seth, Mumbai Police Commissioner Sanjay Pandey and Superintendent of Women District Prison, Byculla (Mumbai) Yashwant Bhanudas.
Navneet Rana along with her MLA husband Ravi Rana were arrested on April 23 from their Mumbai apartment after stating that they will recite the Hanuman Chalisa outside Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray's residence in Bandra.
They were charged with sedition, fostering hatred, and assaulting a public officer to obstruct discharge of duty in two separate FIRs.