Following the Varnika Kundu stalking case, the Chandigarh Police is now beefing up security for women.
Chandigarh stalking case: Haryana BJP chief's son Vikas Barala and friend arrested, abduction charges slapped
Confirming their arrest, Chandigarh director general of police (DGP) Tejinder Singh Luthra said both the accused have been arrested and charges under sections 356 and 511 of the IPC have been slapped
Tajender Singh Luthra, Director General of Police (DGP) today informed that both the accused in the Chandigarh stalking case had refused to give their blood and urine samples for the investigation.
The Chandigarh Police has asked Vikas to appear before the Station House Officer of Sector-26 Police Station at 11 a.m. ‘sharp’ on Wednesday.
The discovery follows Friday's sensational stalking incident, which saw the son of Haryana BJP president chase the daughter of the state's additional chief secretary,
Haryana BJP chief finally broke his silence on the matter and asserted that he is not using his political influence to pressurize the investigation in the matter.
The saffron outfit believes that removing Barala may disturb the fragile caste balance in Haryana.
Haryana stalking case: Chandigarh’s CCTVs go VIP blind as midnight pursuit of hapless woman not recorded in
In a hair-raising Facebook post, Varnika Kundu wrote of her horrendous experience as she drove desperately to evade two men, including Haryana BJP chief's son Vikas Barala, who pursued her in an SUV.
Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi on Sunday urged the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Twitter to not favour the accused in the Chandigarh stalking case and take stringent action against him.
An IAS officer, whose daughter was allegedly stalked by the son of a senior Haryana BJP leader, today took to social media and urged people to fight crime against women.
Chandigarh Police had arrested Vikas Barala and charged them for wrongful restraint and driving under the influence of alcohol on the basis of complaint filed by daughter of the IAS officer.
However, Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar earlier in the day assured that the son of Subhash Barala, who has been accused of allegedly stalking a woman, will be punished once found guilty.