The lawyer filed an official complaint but could not take the guard's name as he (the bodyguard) threatened the lawyer and his client with service revolver.
Aryak Dutta, the lawyer has been quoted as saying, "I was going to Allahabad with a client. The man occupying berth 19 said he was Dastidar's security guard. He said the MP was in an AC-I coupe."
Mr Dutta woke up when he heard some noise in the wee hours and found the guard urinating on his client. "The policeman was standing nearby, drunk. He was urinating on my client who was on the lower berth. My client cried out and I pushed the policeman lightly. He lost his balance but straightened up and continued to urinate on his legs and my luggage," said Mr Dutta.
Mr Dutt's client, who got irritated with the incident, tried to compel the drunk policeman to clean the place but citing the revolver in his (the guard's) hand, the lawyer advised his client not to indulge in any kind quarrel.
Meanwhile, Kolkata Railway police denied any involvement of policeman in the case as officials stated, "We haven't yet seen the complaint as the train has not yet returned from New Delhi. We have spoken to the train staff and they confirmed a complaint was lodged. We don't know whether he was a policeman. He was registered as an attendant to the MP. It is alleged that he misbehaved with other passengers."
The Trinamool MP, however, refused to receive any calls regarding the issue but later on Monday, Mar 19, she sent a SMS saying, "nothing happened." However, Allahabad GRP sources confirmed that an official complaint has been lodged by a Rajdhani passenger.