Chandigarh Stalking Case, Haryana BJP’s son refused the summon

Chandigarh Stalking Case, accused refused to appear in the court

While VVIP brats have the capacity to commit crimes against women, they too have the guts to refuse trails by the police and be a hurdle in the investigation procedure.

The two accused in the Chandigarh Stalking case did not turn up in the Police Station this morning at 11am as per the summon sent by the SHO of sector 26 Chandigarh.

The Chandigarh Police has asked Vikas to appear before the Station House Officer (SHO) of Sector-26 Police Station at 11 a.m. ‘sharp’ on Wednesday.

Chandigarh Stalking Case, accused refused to appear in the court

Haryana BJP chief Subhash Barala’s son Vikas Barala and Ashish Kumar skipped the summon and were not present this morning in sector 26 Police Station.

Both the accused had also refused to give urine and blood samples for investigation, Inspector General of Police (IGP) Tajender Singh Luthra said.

“The duty doctor did want to take the blood and urine samples, but the accused are law graduates, they knew the law very well. Therefore, they refused to give the blood and urine samples,” Luthra told the reporter here.

Chandigarh Stalking Case, accused refused to appear in the court

A strict action will be taken against the two for refusing to the investigation and summon.

We will issue two more summon to the accused, and if they don’t turn up, we ll get a direct warrant for their arrest from the court.

Luthra assured that the investigation is not going to take a lot of time and everything will be done to get justice to the victim.

“We have captured the CCTV footage from six different places and that clearly indicates that the accused were chasing the car of the girl. We have enough information for now, additional evidence will be welcomed,” he added.

The notice being issued under 160 Code of Criminal Procedure (CrPC) and the case has been filed against Barala under Section 354D (stalking), 341 (wrongful restraint), 34 (common intention) of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) and 185 MV Act (rash driving).

He said the victim Varnika Kundu, who was stalked by his son, is like his daughter and he will cooperate to bring justice to her.

The Congress has accused the BJP of hatching conspiracy and pressurizing the Chandigarh administration to protect the son of the Haryana BJP chief. To which Subhash Barala refused.

—PTC News