Harassment case: ABVP says grievance towards Subbiah withdrawn; not but, says police

Chennai, July 26

Even because the ABVP claimed {that a} police grievance towards its nationwide President S. Subbiah over the harassment of an outdated woman has been withdrawn, town police mentioned on Sunday {that a} determination on the matter was but to be taken.

An official on the Adambakkam police station instructed IANS that senior law enforcement officials will determine on the matter, a day after a primary info report was registered towards Subbiah.

In a tweet, the ABVP mentioned: “The complaint against Dr S. Subbiah has been withdrawn by the complainant, Shri Balaji Vijayaraghavan, at the local police station. Misunderstandings between two families now stand cleared and all issues have now been resolved.” Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) chief Subbiah can also be head of Surgical Oncology at Kilpauk Medical College Hospital and Government Hospital in Royapettah, Chennai.

“Two families residing in the said colony in Chennai have jointly signed a document to the satisfaction of both parties. We hope this statement puts to rest all allegations being levelled against Subbiah,” mentioned the ABVP, the coed wing of the BJP.

Complainant Vijayaraghavan, a nephew of the outdated woman, was not out there for remark.

The Chennai Police on Saturday booked Subbiah on the cost of harassing the outdated woman by urinating exterior her residence and in different methods.

The woman had additionally alleged that Subbiah had additionally harassed her over the telephone, and threw rubbish and used face masks exterior her residence.

The police registered the case towards Subbiah after DMK MP Kanimozhi got here out in assist of the outdated woman.

Terming the alleged harassment “shocking”, the DMK chief tweeted: “The fact that police failed to act on the complaint, made on July 11, till date is more shocking.”

“This has become a routine on part of the police to turn a blind eye on complaints against right-wing members. @CMOTamilNadu should immediately intervene and ensure all are treated equally before law,” Kanimozhi had mentioned.

According to Vijayaraghavan, the household had two parking slots within the residence they lived in and Subbiah had requested his aunt whether or not he might park his automobile in a single slot.

Vijayaraghavan mentioned his aunt agreed however mentioned that Subbiah must pay a month-to-month lease of Rs 1,500, following which the difficulty began for her.

Meanwhile, in one other tweet, the ABVP mentioned: “From day one, both @subbiah_doctor and Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad were stating the facts about the misunderstandings emanating from the parking issues but political vultures were indulging in slander and character assassination of Dr Subbiah Shanmugam.” According to the ABVP, the Congress and its frontal wings, DMK, its leaders and the left events connived to defame Subbiah and ABVP.

“They have done terrible damage to the reputation of Subbiah’s family. Their slanderous campaign has posed a threat to the safety and security of Subbiah and his family,” the ABVP claimed. IANS

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