‘Attack on private parts’ – Women activists of AISA accuse Delhi Police of harassment

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Protest against alleged sexual harassment by police near Home Minister Amit Shah’s residence in front of Delhi Police Headquarters. Photo: Hina Fatima/ThePrint
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New Delhi: Left student body All India Student Association (AISA) alleged that two of its members were sexually assaulted by Delhi Police when they were protesting outside Union Home Minister Amit Shah’s house on Sunday.

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Neha Tiwari (25) and Shreya Kapoor Banerjee (22) alleged that the police repeatedly attacked their private parts with kicks and dragged them on the road.

One released on Tuesday Statement In this AISA demanded suspension of Chanakyapuri ACP Pragya Anand, the officers who sexually harassed and did not take any action on seeing this present there.

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On October 10, AISA workers were protesting near the residence of Amit Shah against the Lakhimpur Kheri incident and demanding the sacking of Union Minister of State for Home Ajay Mishra.


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‘They were trying to embarrass me’

Shreya Kapoor, vice-president of AISA Delhi, told ThePrint, “While being taken into custody, I was dragged and beaten up by policemen. They were telling me that we will show you your status. He had taken off my entire kurta, all the male policemen present there were looking at me. He remained a spectator. He was trying to embarrass me.

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