Guwahati, May 22 (). Indian Youth Congress (IYC) President Srinivas B.V. Former Youth Congress leader Ankita Dutta appeared before the Assam Police here on Monday in connection with the harassment complaint lodged by her.
On reaching Guwahati, Srinivas first went to the Dispur police station where Dutta had filed a complaint against him on April 19.
From there he went to the CID branch office at Ulubari where he is being interrogated.
The Supreme Court had last week granted interim anticipatory bail to Srinivas.
Section 144 was imposed in Guwahati ahead of the Youth Congress president’s visit, which prohibited the assembly of more than five people within municipal limits.
The Guwahati Police Commissioner’s Office issued the directive in an attempt to handle the chaos caused by the crowd and possible disturbance by Congress workers.
Any picketing or rally gathering is now against the law, and the police are taking action to stop them. This directive has been implemented for three police districts of the city.
Datta claimed in his complaint that Srinivas had been continuously harassing and harassing him for the last six months by making sexual remarks, using abusive language and threatening him of dire consequences if he complained against him to senior party functionaries.
She further said that the accused harassed her, grabbed her arm, pushed her, used abusive words, and in the most recent incident threatened to harm her career if she reported about him during the party’s plenary meeting in Raipur. Gave.
The police had registered an FIR under various sections of the IT Act and IPC related to harassment of women.
The Criminal Investigation Department of the Assam Police went to Srinivas’ residence in Bengaluru and served a notice to appear in person in Guwahati.