Woman abuses, slaps army personnel in south Delhi

Watch: Gurgaon Woman Repeatedly Slaps Soldier, Now Arrested

Watch: Gurgaon Woman Repeatedly Slaps Soldier, Now Arrested

Upon enquiry, JCO Mahavir Singh confirmed that while he was on his way towards Delhi's Nizamuddin Railway station on September 9, a woman pulled her auto over in front of their vehicle, forcing them to stop.

A Video went viral on Tuesday on social media where Smriti is slapping an army staff on road.

A 44-year-old woman was arrested on Friday for abusing and slapping two army officers in Delhi's Vasant Kunj. Later, Metropolitan Magistrate Lovleen granted bail to the accused Smriti Kalra after she was produced before the court.

According to the FIR, the soldier was on his way to Hazrat Nizamuddin station in a truck to drop off five colleagues when Kalra, who was driving a Tata Indica, overtook it.

The incident had taken place in Delhi's Vasant Kunj area.

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The constable then stopped the truck after which the subedar asked him to talk to Kalra.

Kalra got off from her vehicle while continuing to hurl abuses.

The army constable who was driving the truck tried to speak to the woman but she allegedly held his collar, slapped him and hurled abuses at him. She is seen walking back to her auto glaring at the person who shot the video. As the army jawans got down from the truck, the woman sped away in her auto. After her arrest, the woman told the cops that she was a graduate in home science and was married to an Army officer's son, from whom she got divorced in 2008. Subsequently, Kalra was arrested from her house in Gurugram and her vehicle seized.

She was booked under the charges of "causing hurt to deter a public servant", obstructing and assaulting a public servant on duty and "wrongful restraint".

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