South Delhi woman slaps army jawan, arrested after video goes viral

17 September, 2017, 00:47 | Author: Ora Austin
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A woman, who was seen slapping and abusing a soldier in a video that went viral recently, was arrested by the Delhi Police on Friday after the Indian Army reported the incident.

Soon after the arrest, she was presented in a court and was released within hours after a judge granted her bail.

The video, probably recorded by a passerby, shows the woman repeatedly slapping and hitting a uniformed soldier while he tried to save himself by covering his face.

Smriti Kalra, who lives in Gurgaon, had stopped her Tata Indica vehicle in front of an army truck ferrying soldiers.

According to him, the woman had suddenly stopped her TATA Indica vehicle, walked up and started hitting him.The soldier did not resist and just kept asking her the reason.

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As per reports, the woman suddenly stopped her auto, got down and slapped the jawan and again walked back towards it.

The constable then stopped the truck after which the subedar asked him to talk to Kalra. "She hurled abuses at the Army", the FIR said.

The army constable who was driving the truck tried to speak to the woman but she allegedly held his collar, slapped him and hurled abuses at him.

She came to the truck and banged on its windows. After her arrest, the woman told the cops that she was a graduate in home science and was married to an Army officer's son, from whom she got divorced in 2008. She has also been charged with obstructing and assaulting a public servant on duty and "wrongful restraint". Subsequently, Kalra was arrested from her home in Gurugram and police also seized her vehicle. A video showing the woman thrashing one of the men had gone viral on social media.

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