Police Detain Four Delhi University Students for Chasing Smriti's Car
Four college students were detained by Police on Saturday, following a complaint lodged by Union Minister Smriti Irani.
File photo of HRD Minister Smriti Irani. (PTI)
The incident reportedly occurred at around 5:30 PM. The Union Minister called up PCR before personally going to the police station to file a complaint.
"Their medical examination has confirmed the presence of alcohol in their blood. They were returning from a friend's birthday party in south Delhi and were roaming in the area for fun," police said. Legal action is being taken against the accused youths.
Four men detained after Union Minister Smriti Irani lodged a complaint with Delhi Police saying that they chased her. (file picture) pic.twitter.com/B0Rw54exXz— ANI (@ANI_news) April 1, 2017
Four men detained after Smriti Irani lodged a complaint with Delhi Police saying that they chased her: Visuals from Chanakyapuri Police stn pic.twitter.com/zljPheYFAn— ANI (@ANI_news) April 1, 2017
CNN-News18 has learnt that the Santro car used by youth was reportedly involved in an incident near Myanmar Embassy at around 5.20 PM.
Sources in the police told CNN-News18 that students categorically rubbished all the allegations levelled against them by Smriti Irani. "They were returning after attending a birthday party," a source said.
Delhi police, in a tweet, informed that four persons in a car tried to cross Smriti Irani's vehicle when she was crossing Moti Bagh flyover.
Further, the students informed police that they are second and third-year students from Moti Lal Nehru College of Delhi University.
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