Men­tally un­sta­ble woman raises anti-na­tional slo­gan, de­tained

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NEW DELHI: A woman was picked up by Delhi Po­lice from In­dia Gate af­ter started shout­ing anti-in­dia slo­gans. The in­ves­ti­gat­ing agency claimed that she seems to be men­tally un­sta­ble. The in­ci­dent took place at that time when the area is highly se­cured for up­com­ing Repub­lic Day.

Deputy Com­mis­sioner of Po­lice (New Delhi) Mad­hur Verma claimed that the woman be­longs to Nizam­abad in Te­lan­gana.

"She raised anti-na­tional slo­gan. It seems that woman is men­tally un­sta­ble," DCP Verma added.

Po­lice claimed that the in­ci­dent came to lime­light in the morn­ing af­ter they were alerted about the woman cre­at­ing a ruckus in In­dia Gate.

She was spot­ted by the se­cu­rity guards throw­ing a slip­per at the sol­diers' me­mo­rial.

An al­leged video of the in­ci­dent was also recorded in which the se­cu­rity of­fi­cers posted at the me­mo­rial site were seen stood guard as the woman en­tered the high-se­cu­rity zone and pushes a flower pot.

Sources claimed that dur- ing ques­tion­ing, she was giv­ing in­co­her­ent an­swers re­gard­ing her where­abouts and af­ter the de­tailed probe, the of­fi­cers were able to find out that the woman be­longs to Nizam­abad and the

lo­cal po­lice in­formed by the

law en­force­ment agency. "The in­ves­ti­ga­tion re­vealed that she was last seen in Nizam­abad and then her par­ents were con­tacted," sources added. The woman was also taken for med­i­cal ex­am­i­na­tion.

In Au­gust 2018, a men­tally un­sta­ble man was de­tained by the Delhi Po­lice af­ter he tried to forcibly en­ter the Ker­ala House here at Jan­tar Man­tar.

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