BJP leader Vani Tripathi backs off, doesn't file complaint

Vani Tripathi
New Delhi, April 6: BJP National Secretary Vani Tripathi who was attacked by five men in New Delhi on Thursday night has decided to keep away from filing a complaint against and has instead 'arrived at a comprimise with the other party'.

A police officer was quoted as saying, "No action has been taken as she (the BJP leader) did not register a complaint and arrived at a compromise with the other party."

According to sources, Tripathi said that she did not want any action against them as they 'belonged to poor families'.

Vani was attacked by five men while driving home near Greater Kailash locality in busy South Delhi on Thursday night and nobody came to her help.

"A vehicle hit my car from the back. They seemed drunk, they tried to pull out my driver and get into my car," Tripathi said after the incident.

"No one helped, there were thousands of cars on this road in Delhi. I fear what would have happened if my driver was not present."

"Horrifying accident just got saved car smashed and on top of it five men tried to get inside my car all drunk am I alive?#shamedelhi" she tweeted at around 7.40 pm. "Called 100 police did arrive but by the time they did if I had not locked myself in the car could've been dead, raped anything was possible!"

The men allegedly escaped before the police arrived.

Although, Vani said that the accused may have been drunk, the police insist that they were not. 

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