A mother-daughter duo, who was accused of attempting to crush some MNS activists under their car in Futala area, tried to turn the tables on the MNS activists themselves. Addressing a press conference on Saturday (June 28), Naina Kilor, mother of Rajasi, categorically blamed the activists for the fracas and tried to come clean.
It may be recalled, Nagpur Today had flashed a report headlined “Drunk girl creates ruckus in Futala, tries to knock down MNS activists” wherein it was reported: A drunk girl from an influential family hit five youths with her car in Futala area on Friday(June 27) night. Thereafter, the girl created a ruckus and even abused the youths. When activists of Maharashtra Navnirman Sena tried to stop the girl from misbehaving, she made an attempt to run her car over them. Finally, the MNS activists caught hold of her and handed her over to Ambazari police. Two youths Mangesh Dongre and Chaudhary sustained injuries when the girl hit them with her car. They underwent treatment at a private hospital in Ravi Nagar.
“I strongly deny the allegations leveled against me and my daughter in connection with the incident that occurred on June 27 on Amravati Road. All the allegations against us are false and the MNS activists unnecessarily created chaos just to derive political benefit out of nothing. It was not me or my daughter who was drunk but the MNS activists were drunk; they abused, misbehaved and pressured us to accept the fault when we were in fact innocent” said Naina Kilor who was in the car when the accident took place between her car and the two youths who were riding a bike on Amravati road.
“We met Joint CP Sanjay Saxena and told him about the whole episode. Ambazari police have registered a complaint against six MNS activists who were involved in molesting me and my daughter. Police have registered offences under Section 143 for unlawful assembly, under Section 506 for using abusive language, under Section 506 for criminal intimidation and under Section 294 for indulging in obscene act in public place against the MNS activists,” said Naina Kilor.
Naina Kilor added that when she reached Ambazari Police Station, she parked her car outside the police station and forgot to lock the car. The MNS activists took the advantage of the situation and put a bottle of liquor in my car and told police that her daughter is drunk. However, the test done by the police clearly revealed that my daughter was not in the influence of liquor. Even Ambazari police did not file complaint of drunk drive against them. Naina Kilor also said that she is upset with the media also who published the news that my daughter was drunk and driving because of which accident took place.
According to Naina Kilor, the activists asked her to buy a new Activa for them and in return they will withdraw the complaint back. “However, I refused because I was not wrong.”