Rajasthan: FIR against former BJP MP for allegedly slapping constable

A case has been registered against former BJP Lok Sabha MP Krishnendra Kaur for slapping a constable and obstructing security officials.

A former member of the royal family of Bharatpur, Kaur is accused of misbehaving with a constable on Friday at around 7 o’clock at Akhad Tiraha in this city. Following the constable’s complaint against the former MLA at the Kotwali police station, the case was filed.

“An FIR has been registered in Kotwali police station, in which police constable Gajraj of RAC has lodged the FIR. Soon investigation will be started and legal action will be taken,” Anil Meena, Assistant Superintendent of Police said.

Gajraj Singh, the constable who filed the complaint, is a member of the 6th Battalion of the RAC of Bharatpur.

When the BJP leader parked her car in the middle of the road, Singh claimed he was on duty at the Akhad Tirahe blockade. She misbehaved when he raised an objection.

“At 7 pm, the former MLA Krishnendra Kaur parked her car in the middle of the road. I signalled Kaur’s car to pass, but the driver parked it. Kaur was sitting inside the car. She started abusing me, and after some time she got down from the car and slapped me,” the constable said.

“Her driver and the others also abused me. I informed in-charge Prabhu Dayal and higher officials about the incident, after which I filed a case against Kaur,” he added.

When asked to move the vehicle, the former lawmaker allegedly assaulted and misbehaved with constable Gajraj Singh, according to head constable Hakim Singh, who was present during the incident.

The matter is currently the subject of more investigation.

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