Four DU students arrested for chasing Smriti Irani's car, gets bail
New Delhi : The law and order in Delhi is always under scanner, especially the safety of women. In a bizarre incident, four Delhi University students in an inebriated state chased Union minister Smriti Irani’s car.
The students accused of chasing, misbehaving and overtaking the minister’s car. Police said the minister's security staff complained to the Police Control Room (PCR) around 5 pm about the four youths chasing her car and trying to overtake her pilot car near the Myanmar Embassy in Chanakyapuri area.
All the four students -- Anand Sharma, Avinash, Shitanshu and Kunal -- are in the age group of 20-25 and, according to the police, were drunk and returning from a birthday party. They were first detained for interrogation at the Chanakyapuri police station and later arrested for stalking and outraging the modesty of women and produced before the court this morning.
Commission for Women Chief Swati Maliwal said in tweet, "Good @smritiirani acted against men who chased her. Encourages others 2 report. Imp centre state work together for women safety in Delhi."