Police did not accept her complaint against the DGP's son

news Tuesday, May 03, 2016 - 10:09

A Bengaluru woman, who alleged harassment by Karnataka police chief, was arrested on Sunday after her lawyer filed a case of abuse on her, and was later released on bail.

In his complaint at the Kanakpura police station, the advocate claimed that the woman refused to pay him his fee and even abused him.

The woman, who is a resident of Mahalakshmi Layout, had alleged that DGP Om Prakash’s son Kartikesh and Kartikesh’s friend Ravi Shankar were harassing her over a land deal, reported The Times of India.

She protested in front of DGP Om Prakash’s office at state police headquarters on Nrupatunga road on Saturday.

“I have two sites in my name and they are harassing me to sell it to them. I've refused to do it and they're threatening me with dire consequences,” she said during her protest at the DG-IGP's residence, adding that Rajajinagar police did not accept her complaint against the accused even as she reportedly approached the police station 10 times in the past couple of months.

“I was away from Bengaluru. I was told that a woman attempted to stage a protest. She is targeting me and blackmailing me. She does such acts continuously. I was told that she was seeking justice. She can approach the police if anybody has cheated her and lodge a complaint. She is motivated by personal grudge,” Prakash said.

”Jurisdictional police will attend to her complaint, if any, against my son. I don't want to get into the details as my son's name is involved,” he said. 

 

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