Delhi girl, allegedly harassed by biker, hits out at accusations levelled against her
Jasleen Kaur, who accused biker Saravjeet Singh of harassing her in Delhi's Tilak Nagar area took to Facebook to clear the allegations made against her the accused that he has been wrongly accused and she is a member of Aam Aadmi Party.
New Delhi: Jasleen Kaur, who accused biker Saravjeet Singh of harassing her in Delhi's Tilak Nagar area, took to Facebook to clear the allegations made by the accused that he had been wrongly accused.
Clearing the air about contesting DUSU elections, she wrote “I cannot contest DUSU elections because I study in St Stephen's College, which is not a part of DUSU.”
Justifying her tweet that "haan pehle ladki ne hi chhedha hoga shayad", she wrote that it “was a sarcastic reply to someone who had replied to the post - Taali kabhi ek haath se nahi bajti".
Read her Facebook post here to know what she has to say:
The 26-year-old biker was accused by Jasleen of abusing her at a traffic signal in Tilak Nagar area in Delhi at around 8 pm on Sunday.
Within 14 hours of posting the picture of the accused on Facebook, police had registered the FIR on charges of sexual harassment, criminal intimidation and use of word, gesture or act intended to insult the modesty of a woman.
Earlier, he also took to Facebook to defend himself and had said that “girls are often harassed, but that does not mean an issue should be blown out of proportion.”