Congress MLA slaps on-duty police, gets slapped in return

Posted December 31, 2017

Congress Working Committee (CWC) member and party legislator from Dalhouise Asha Kumari was booked for hurting a woman cop publicly as the legislator was trying to enter Congress head office Rajeev Bhavan here on Friday to attend party review meeting without showing the entry pass.

The MLA later apologised, saying "the lady constable misbehaved, abused me and nearly beat me, but I should not have lost my calm".

Shimla: There have been many cases in past showing political leaders misusing their power and hitting government official, but in a rare incident caught on camera a woman constable did not take the misbehave and hit back strongly. "I am sorry for the incident". In retaliation, the constable slaps her back.

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The Congress MLA later tendered an apology for the incident, saying "the lady constable misbehaved, abused me and nearly beat me, but I should not have lost my calm".

"I am not happy with it. I should nearly be of her mother's age". No one has a right to raise the hand against someone, at least not the Congress culture.

Asha Kumari is the Punjab in-charge of the AICC and won the recently held Himachal Assembly elections from her home seat Dalhousie.

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The meeting is being held at the Rajiv Bhawan, the party's headquarters in Shimla.

Rahul will meet party legislators, defeated party candidates and district presidents, and discuss with them the reasons for the defeat.

He will address a meet of party workers later in the day.

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The MLA from Dalhousie Asha Kumari was not available for comments.