Swati Maliwal, chairperson of Delhi Commission for Women, was dragged by the car for 15 meters, the accused was intoxicated


DNA Hindi: Swati Maliwal who was very active on the Kanjhawala incident in Delhi or other issues fell victim to the incident. Swati Maliwal is the chairperson of the Delhi Commission for Women. Late in the night on Wednesday-Thursday, an auto driver dragged Swati Maliwal about 10-15 meters away from the car. This incident happened near AIIMS in Delhi. The police said that the driver was detained.

Delhi Police said that Swati Maliwal along with her team attended exit number two of AIIMS around 3.11 am. An auto driver asked Swati Maliwal to sit in his car. At this Swati Maliwal started scolding him. Suddenly he closed his car window and Swati’s hand got stuck in his car window.

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Swati Maliwal tweeted about this incident and wrote, “Late last night I inspected the women’s security situation in Delhi. A driver was raping me in a drunken state, and when I caught him, he dragged me, locking my hand in the mirror of the car. God saved life. If the Chairperson of the Commission for Women is not safe in Delhi, imagine the situation.

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Swati Maliwal was dragged for about 10-15 meters as her hand got stuck in the car window. The accused has been identified as Harish Chandra (47). He was intoxicated at the time of the incident. Police said the accused Harish Chandra has been arrested. A medical examination was conducted on the accused and Swati Maliwal. This incident was said to have happened when Swati Maliwal was standing on the footpath with her team.

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