[h=1]Daily Monitor reporter John Njoroge reports that Dr Besigye has been returned to his house, where he addressed the media. A police officer identified Tanui Stephen has said he had put Dr Besigye under preventive arrest. [/h] It is the second time this morning police is forcing Dr. Besigye back home. Earlier Dr. Besigye had earlier attempted to walk through his farm to a place called Masooli, a few meters from his family gate, but the police pursued him and later surrounded him. Anti-riot police used teargas to disperse reporters and residents who had gathered around the scene before shoving the opposition leader into a police mini-bus, where he was held for about 30 minutes, as the media watched from a distance. Dr. Besigye reportedly insisted that he be charged but the police officers said they had no orders to have him charged or detained. They however insisted that the opposition leader must return to his house. While in the police van, our reporter says a human rights activist identified as Sara Toner approached the van and was seen engaging the police officers in a discussion before the police drove Dr Besigye back to his house.