Varnika on Friday had posted details of a awful chase on Facebook involving Vikas Barala, who was allegedly stalking her on the streets of Chandigarh in his SUV. Also, party leader Subramanian Swamy is talking about taking this case through a public interest petition to the court.
Targeting the Chandigarh police Surjewala said, "If a drunken youth or goons chase a girl for seven kilometers, forcibly open the car-door and try to enter the vehicle, is it not the case of abduction and outraging the modesty of a woman?"
On Monday, the BJP refuted the reports of the Haryana BJP Chief's resignation. The incident came to light when a girl called up the police last night, complaining that two boys were chasing her. The police, she wrote, managed to intercept the auto and catch the young men. If we have not given them proper values only then they are resort to do such things, ' Saini told ANI.
During this, Singhal also said that the case is being examined by every angle and every case is different, it should not be compared to any other case.
Her father said that "unless somebody from the family (of the accused) was trying to sabotage the investigations, we are very clear".
The woman later took to Facebook to share her ordeal.
"An eve-teaser is an accused it hardly matters who he is and what his family background is", She said adding that she has no idea about the background of the stalkers and had never met them. He has faith that the same police force that saved his daughter's life would ensure justice, he added. "We need to take care of ourselves". "Clearly they had something in mind and the complainant was correct in mentioning that in her statement". We will get the technical analysis of this done.
The Congress party has accused the BJP of hushing up the matter. "We would like to know under what pressure were these charges diluted", asked Ms. Lamba. There was no phone call (of politicians).
"If I had been a village girl, probably I would not have the resources to fight these guys", said the complainant who appeared on television with her father by her side to present her viewpoint.
Activists demand BJP leader's removal accusing him of putting pressure on police to drop kidnapping charges against son.
Varnika, while praising the police for its "timely intervention" and arresting the accused, reportedly said that the section pertaining to the "attempt to kidnap" was not applied, despite her having mentioned it in her complaint.
The IAS officer said the accused being law students were fully aware of the consequences of their action.