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AAP MLA Prakash Jarwal pushed woman to ground after argument, touched her inappropriately? Know molestation FIR details

Some shocking details of FIR have come to light in connection with molestation case against AAP MLA Prakash Jarwal.


AAP MLA Prakash Jarwal pushed woman to ground after argument, touched her inappropriately? Know molestation FIR details

New Delhi: Some shocking details of FIR have come to light in connection with molestation case against AAP MLA Prakash Jarwal.

AAP MLA Prakash Jarwal, an AAP MLA from Delhi's Deoli constituency, was booked by Delhi Police on charges of molestation on Friday. 

Shocking 'details' by victim

The victim, a resident of Sangam Vihar, has alleged that Prakash Jarwal and his men misbehaved and manhandled her outside Delhi Jal Board's office in Greater Kailash. 

What happened actually?

The woman alleged that on June 2 she had gone to Delhi Jal Board's office in Greater Kailash to complain against irregular water supply in her colony. When she was waiting outside a senior official's office, some supporters of  the MLA started hurling abuses at her.

According to the woman, the MLA's supporters threatened her. 

After some time, Prakash Jarwal allegedly arrived there and joined his men in abusing the woman.

The woman alleged that Jarwal had an argument with her and he pushed her to the ground and even touched her inappropriately, according to a report in TOI.

Also, the MLA left threatening to harm her family.

Noteworthy, Prakash Jarwal is a member of DJB.

"We have registered an FIR under IPC Section 354 (molestation using criminal force) on the woman's complaint and are probing into the allegations," said DCP (southeast) M S Randhawa.

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