Giving a justification for her act, the woman said that as she informed earlier also there were some people who were following and harassing and it was a misunderstanding that's why that incident took place.
A woman who had slapped a jawan has been arrested after the video of the incident went viral on social media.
In the complaint, the army subedar alleged that auto was driven by the accused Smriti Kalra in a zigzag manner ahead of them and despite giving horn, the vehicle refused to give them way.
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An Army subedar was going towards Hazrat Nizamuddin Railway Station to drop off five of colleagues in a truck on September 9.
As per reports, the woman suddenly stopped her vehicle, got down and slapped the jawan and again walked back towards it. The soldier seems to be trying to reason with her while fending off the assault.Ms Kalra, who lives in Gurgaon, had stopped her Tata Indica auto in front of an army truck ferrying soldiers , As Reported By NDTV.
Subsequently, the driver stopped the truck. "She hurled abuses at the Army", the FIR said. He tried to speak to the woman but she held his collar, slapped him and hurled abuses at him.
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In the video, the woman can be seen slapping the jawan. She was married to an Army officer's son but since divorced. She apparently blamed the constable for being an Army personnel after which he came back to the truck and sat at the driver's seat.
The army subedar has now submitted a video recording of the incident to the police. She is living with her parents in Gurugram.
The 44-year-old identified as Smriti Kalra, charged with "causing hurt to deter a public servant" was granted bail by a metropolitan magistrate on the same day.
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