BSP MLAs son accused of assault

BSP MLAs son accused of assault

By: || Updated: 01 Mar 2012 08:09 AM








New Delhi: The son of a
Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) legislator from Uttar Pradesh has been accused
of assaulting and threatening his Russian female friend in her south Delhi
house and escaping with her passport, cellphone and debit card.
 
Vivek
Singh, son of BSP legislator Chandraveer Singh, was in an inebriated state
when the incident took place on Wednesday morning in the 24-year-old
victim's home in Mehrauli, police said. The woman hails from Moscow and
works as an intern with an architect in Gurgaon.
 
"The victim
had met Vivek around a year back and became friends. Few months later they
broke off their ties," said a police official, adding that the woman had
returned to the capital early Wednesday morning from Moscow.
 
According
to the police, Vivek was left red-faced when the woman took a cab to her
home despite knowing that Singh had come to receive her at the airport.
 
Vivek
then followed her to her home and abused her. He even threatened her with
a revolver and finally left the place with her passport, mobile phone and
her debit card, said police.
 
Vivek was earlier arrested in 2009
for opening fire inside Mocha Bar in Nehru Place, south Delhi, and was
sent to Tihar Jail.





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