New Delhi, July 25 (ANI
): A Delhi court on Monday sent Aam Aadmi Party
Amanatullah Khan to one-day police custody for allegedly threatening a woman.
Complainant Vimal Ahuja
had charged Khan with rape and attempt to murder.
Following the incident, a case was registered under Sections 509 (Word, gesture or act intended to insult the modesty of a woman) and 506 of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) against Khan at the Jamia Nagar Police Station on July 19.
In her complaint, Ahuja stated that the decision to go his house was made after Khan showed a very casual approach to her complaint.
She alleged that after not getting appropriate response, a person came out of Khan's house and hurled abuses at her and also threatened her of rape and murder.
However, Manohar, lawyer of Khan, refuted the charges as 'baseless'.
Ahuja had on Friday filed another complaint stating that Khan and few others allegedly tried to run her over near Ashok Park, New Friends Colony.
Based on her statement, another case was registered under the IPC Section 308 in view of the FIR.
On Saturday, she again filed a complaint with the Deputy Commissioner of Police, South-East, alleging of inaction on part of police officials.
Based on her complaint, Khan was yesterday briefly interrogated, arrested and produced in the Saket Court, which sent him to one-day police custody. (ANI