India Delhi police files chargesheet against 4 DU students accused of stalking Smriti Irani last year

14:35  17 april  2018
14:35  17 april  2018 Source:   India Today

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Delhi Police on Sunday morning formally arrested the four Delhi University students who were detained last night for tailing union minister Smriti Irani 's car. The four were later released on bail after being charged for stalking and insulting the modesty of a woman.

The Delhi Police have filed a chargesheet against four people for allegedly stalking Union Minister Smriti Irani last year while she was returning to her residence in Chanakyapuri in the national capital from the Indira Gandhi International Airport.

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Delhi Police has filed a chargesheet against four Delhi University students for misbehaving and stalking Union Minister Smriti Irani.

The incident is said to have taken place last year when Smriti Irani was on her way back home to Chanakyapuri from Delhi IGI Airport.

The four accused have been booked for stalking, criminal intimidation and intention to insult modesty of a woman.

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Almost exactly a year back, police arrested the four Delhi University students for tailing Smriti Irani's car, and were later released on bail.

One of the four accused tendered an apology to the union minister.

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A Delhi University student who was arrested today for tailing Union Textiles Minister Smriti Irani 's car, has apologised. Three other DU students were arrested by Delhi Police in connection with the incident.

A case has been filed against four boys of Delhi University for chasing Union textile minister ‘ Smriti Irani ’s’ car around Chanakyapuri in central Delhi on Saturday evening . The matter came into notice when minister’s personal security officer made a call to police control room around 5

The Delhi Police have filed a chargesheet against four people for allegedly stalking Union Minister Smriti Irani last year © Getty The Delhi Police have filed a chargesheet against four people for allegedly stalking Union Minister Smriti Irani last year

In an interview with ANI, one of the accused apologised to Irani for "violating the law".

"We were dancing inside our car and were making a video for Instagram. We didn't realise who was sitting in the car (which the four were following). We apologised to her on the spot. We did not mean to harass anyone and if any one of us did harass her - knowingly or unknowingly - we apologise. I just want to ensure that our lives do not get ruined," said the man.

The four belong to Delhi's Ram Lal College, and were detained the very night after Irani called the Delhi Police control room to lodge a complaint about her car being followed by the four youngsters.

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