Injured AAP MLA Alka Lamba Booked for Trespassing, Vandalising Property

Published: 10th August 2015 09:24 PM  |   Last Updated: 10th August 2015 09:24 PM   |  A+A-


In Delhi, the Congress lost Alka Lamba, former president of the Delhi University Students Union, to the Broom. (PTI)


NEW DELHI: Delhi Police today booked AAP MLA Alka Lamba under charges of trespassing, damage to property as well as preventing public servants from discharging their duty, a day after she was hit and injured in a stone-pelting attack during her anti-drug campaign in Kashmere Gate area.            

The case against Lamba was registerd at Kashmere Gate police station under Sections 451 (trespass), 427(mischief causing damage), 186 (deter public servant from official duty) on a complaint of traders, including the proprietor of a sweet shop, Shiv Mishthan Bhandar, from where the alleged stone-pelting was done, said a senior police officer.  

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Police said that a CCTV camera footage recovered from the shop showed Lamba pushing the billing machine while her accomplice turning the table and jostling with cops who tried to stop them.

Lamba and other AAP volunteers were on an anti drug campaign near Hanuman temple in Kashmere Gate area but later they tried to remove encroachment and entered a sweet shop.           

She was injured after being hit by a stone allegedly thrown by one of the shop employees Jitin, police said.      

He was later arrested by the police on a complaint by Lamba. She also alleged later that the shop belonged to BJP MLA O P Sharma, who has refuted the allegation.  

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