Sheetal Angural Height, Age, Wife, Children, Family, Biography

Biography Profile
Controversies Inappropriate Comments: In 2017, Sheetal was booked under IPC Sections 506 and 509 and the IT Act for using objectionable words against a woman on social media. Despite court summons, he repeatedly missed hearings. In August 2023, the Jalandhar Chief Judicial Magistrate issued a non-bailable warrant against him, cancelled his bail, and criticised his actions.

The Kidnapping Case: In 2020, Sheetal and five others were accused of kidnapping and assaulting a 15-year-old boy who worked at his brother Ranjan’s office. The boy alleged that they accused him of planting heroin, assaulted him, and threatened him. The case against Sheetal was filed under IPC Sections 365, 368, 346, 343, 323, 195A, 109, and 120-B, Section 75 of the Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act and Section 23 (1) of the POCSO Act. In 2024, a court acquitted him after the witnesses changed their statements.

The Gambling Case: In 2020, Sheetal and ten others were arrested for gambling after police raided a house in Kot Sadiq, Jalandhar, and seized two lakh in cash. Sheetal later claimed that the allegations were politically motivated by Congress. He, however, was acquitted by a court in December 2023.
Sheetal Angural while beinng arrested by police officials
The Liquor Case: In 2021, Excise Department officials raided a liquor factory owned by Sheetal’s brother Ranjan Angural where machines for making illicit liquor and liquor preparation material were discovered. The officials also raided a house in Shiv Vihar and confiscated six packs of liquor bottles and about 42,000 caps of liquor bottles. After further investigation, Sheetal was also found to be involved in the case.

Relationship with a Drug Dealer: Sheetal found himself in a controversy when a picture of him with an alleged drug trafficking leader named Manish Thakur aka Mani was circulated on the internet in 2024. On 4 March, Jalandhar police busted an international drug trafficking network and found Manish as the leader of the operation, who was sourcing opium from Jharkhand and sending it abroad through courier operators in Hoshiarpur and Jalandhar. While refuting claims of involvement in this case or any other involving Manish, Sheetal claimed to be known to Manish since his as an AAP member and said,

He had joined AAP. He had helped in my election campaign also in 2022 Assembly elections. But he went abroad 10 months ago. Now I do not know what he was doing after moving abroad. That is not my responsibility.”
A picture of Sheetal Angural with Manish Thakur

Assets/Properties Movable Assets (as of 2020-2021)
• Cash: Rs. 1,45,000
• Bank Deposits: Rs. 2,21,159
• LIC Policy: Rs. 1,00,00,000
• Motor Vehicles: Rs. 28,95,000
• Jewellery: Rs. 3,33,540

Immovable Assets
• Residential Buildings: Rs. 58,00,000

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