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India Today accesses CCTV footage in Chandigarh stalking case

India Today accesses CCTV footage in Chandigarh stalking case”

With the CCTV footage being recovered from the infamous incident involving the stalking and harassing of Chandigarh's Varnika Kundu, the latter revealed that the recovered footage would further strengthen her case and aid her fight against the miscreants. "Neither I nor BJP is pressuring anyone in this matter", he told ANI exclusively.Earlier in the day, it was reported that the CCTV footage, which was earlier deemed unavailable, has been recovered today.

Medical reports have confirmed that the accused were inebriated at the time of the incident. "We would like to know under what pressure were these charges diluted", asked Ms. Lamba. I reversed my auto immediately and called the police.

The victim alleged that the youths tried to intimidate her and abduct her. Police heard whole the matter and assured me of providing the help.

They are also pointing that the BJP had also launched an agitation thrice seeking the resignation of Congress leader Venod Sharma over his son Manu Sharma's involvement in the Jessica Lal murder case in 1999.

Vikas was arrested yesterday on charges of stalking daughter of an IAS officer.

Chandigarh BJP vice-president Ramveer Bhatti added fuel to the fire by maintaining that "girls and women should not go out alone at midnight". After a point the SUV being driven by Vikas blocked her auto and they tried to open her vehicle door. But now with the BJP in power the oppressive shackling of women has acquired new legitimacy, and is being stated brazenly not just by the male leaders of the party but also the female members who do not hesitate to attack the victims, instead of insisting on action against the assailants.

Congress leader and the daughter of the former President, Sharmishta Mukherjee took to twitter to remind that her dignity is her right.

"Investigation is being done in Varnika Kundu case".

Amid the ongoing investigation, Chandigarh police had said on Monday that out of the seven CCTV footages of the area where the incident took place, five footages were missing which were recovered on Tuesday.

The issue was soon politicised and the opposition called for the resignation of Haryana's BJP chief, however, party sources rejected any chance of resignation of Barala.

Varnika has alleged that Vikas and his friend Ashish, who were reportedly drunk, followed her in an SUV from Chandigarh's Sector 7 to the Housing Board Chowk on Saturday night.

"The Chandigarh Police had initially booked the accused under non-bailable sections, but these charges were dropped within minutes".

While the local police intervened in time and caught Vikas and his accomplice, the Opposition has been alleging that pressure is being mounted to dilute the case.



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