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Damming evidence against Henna

Amidst reports that the Chandigarh police are planning to go soft on Henna Bakshi for her alleged vulgar posts on the social media site, Facebook, 'damning' evidence has surfaced against her. It is now apparent that the girl hurled abuses in her attack on police.

chandigarh Updated: Sep 20, 2012 00:37 IST
Monica Sharma

Amidst reports that the Chandigarh police are planning to go soft on Henna Bakshi for her alleged vulgar posts on the social media site, Facebook, 'damning' evidence has surfaced against her. It is now apparent that the girl hurled abuses in her attack on police.


The police had booked the 23-year-old Panchkula resident, a bravery award recipient and daughter of an army officer, for making abusive comments on Chandigarh Traffic Police's Facebook page.
Henna's parents had claimed that they had not been approached by police even once and they came to know through media that a case has been registered against her.

Henna along with Kamalpreet, who had shared comments, was booked under Section 66-A and 67 of the Information Technology (IT) Act, 2000, in Industrial Area police station after a complaint was lodged by the traffic police assistant sub-inspector.

The abuses hurled by Henna before the posts were taken off Facebook reveal that she indiscriminately used the four-letter word against police in her attack.

The Facebook posts also makes it evident that Henna was planning to move national and local media to launch a scathing attack on police. These posts assume significance in the light of the fact that selective documents were made available to the media by Henna to show the mildness of her assertions. The harsh abuses and un-parliamentary language used by Henna was kept away by police.

A senior police officer said Henna was in fact warned against using such language and was told that she was making herself liable for criminal action by doing so.
But the warning was met with a sharper attack from the girl's father who allegedly questioned the Chandigarh police for warning a bravery award winner.

The posts on social media

Henna Bakshi: I have spoken to all ur f#@*#n DSPs, ASIs and SHOs.. u ppl think um some uneducated fool who doesn't kno the law??
Will bash u guys up in local n national newspapers starting this week… How can a car be picked up frm outside a corner house on a busy street without u guys being involved
If we guys can give in to ur in-numerous n pointless greed of bribes web it's not even our fault… We can also bash u guys up… No cop or traffic cop is clean…I will protest outside all ur offices unless u move ur lazy heavy bribed a..e. n take some ..f#@*#n action..

Traffic police: Henna Bakshi you are cautioned not to use such words on CTP/FB page and be a sensible citizen. Otherwise criminal proceedings will be initiated.

Henna: Lol wat else can I expect frm the police..Lol..Catch the criminals not the victims..These are ur real colors..Giving warnings to a heartbroken n frustrated victim..Can't u do any better??!! I doubt