New Delhi: A court here has directed the Delhi Police to register an FIR against a woman on a man`s complaint alleging that she had filed a false case of stalking against him last year to extort money.
Chief Metropolitan Magistrate (CMM) Sonu Agnihotri passed the order on the complaint of Delhi-based pharmacist, Naveen Kumar, who had approached the court alleging that on the night of March 30 last year, the woman had taken away his gold chain and Rs 5,000 cash after threatening him.
He alleged that the woman later on filed a false case against him to extort more money.
"...I am of the view that application of the complainant deserves to be allowed and accordingly allowed. SHO, Police Station Kalyan Puri, is directed to file an FIR on the basis of contents of complaint addressed to DCP East under relevant provisions of law," the CMM said.
The court was informed by the police in its status report that the woman has filed 10 cases against various persons and some FIR have also been registered against her.
It also noted that majority of the cases filed by the woman were for the offences of rape and molestation.
The court also directed the police to properly probe the case, filed by the woman against Kumar, as there were several points which required proper investigation.
Kumar, in his complaint filed through advocate R K Chaudhary, told the court that on the night of the incident, he had gone to drop two of his colleagues by his car and while returning from Kondli Mor, the woman suddenly came in front of his vehicle and started crying.
She then threatened to call police and took his gold chain and Rs 5,000, Kumar, a resident of Minto Road here, said, adding that the woman was known to his colleagues.
He alleged the whole thing was pre-planned as a policeman was also present there and he was taken to the police station by the cop and the woman filed a false complaint of stalking in order to extort more money from him.