The district president of Mahila Congress on Friday accused Delhi Congress chief Ajay Maken of harassment. Rachna Sachdeva also made allegations against Mahila Congress president Shobha Oza and another Congress leader, Netta D'Souza, of mental harassment and criminal intimidation.
In her complaint to the Tughlaq road police station in Delhi, Sachdeva claimed that she was harassed and tortured by the trio for raising concerns over ticket distribution for Municipal Corporation of Delhi polls. Sachdeva alleged that she met Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi over ticket distribution for MCD Polls 2017 and raised concerns over tickets being issued to the kin of Congress leaders following which Rahul assured to take action. This, the complaint claims, angered Maken, who harassed her.
Sachdeva also claimed that he threatened to take action against her after the elections causing mental agony. She also alleged that she had been threatened and mentally harassed by Oza and D'Souza for raising the matter of ticket distribution before Rahul.
"I was asked to apologise and when I refused I was threatened by them," Rachna Sachdeva said in her complaint. She alleged that she received threat calls after Maken threatened her to consequences. All leaders that Sachdeva has mentioned in her complaints have rubbished the allegations.