Security breach: CM assures speedy redressal of woman's grievances

  • HT Correspondent, Hindustan Times, SAS Nagar
  • Updated: Sep 22, 2015 23:31 IST

Running from pillar to post for justice since 2008, a Sector-71 resident brought the cops on their toes on Tuesday during Punjab chief minister Parkash Singh Badal's visit to SAS Nagar with her attempt to breach his security.

The woman identified as Rajmeet Kaur carrying her child in her lap along with her aged mother Narinder Kaur tried to breach CM's security and reach out to his vehicle.

The CM had come to SAS Nagar to pay condolences to family of national-level shooter Sukhmanpreet Singh Talwandi alias Sippy Sidhu, who was shot dead on Chandigarh on Sunday night.

She managed to reach close to CM's vehicle but was intercepted by the police. She called out aloud to the CM seeking help. Noticing her, the CM asked to stop his vehicle and directed the cops to allow her to approach him. The CM gave her patient hearing and asked the SAS Nagar SSP Gurpreet Singh Bhullar to resolve her issues.

SSP Bhullar apprised the CM that most of her matters were pending in various courts. But, even then he assured to ensure speedy redressal of the grievances of the woman entangled in multiple family disputes.

Rajmeet told the CM that her father Gurmukh Singh had thrown her out, along with her child and mother, of the house way back in 2008 and ever since she has been running from pillar too post for justice.

She alleged that her father who had illicit relations with various women, including her sister-in-law, had forcibly evicted her from the house in Sector 71. She even accused her father of administrating drugs to her brother. She claimed that she had been provided security by court order but that too was withdrawn.

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