She allegedly demanded Rs 7 Crore from the Member of Parliament.
A Delhi Court rejected a woman’s plea that sought an order to Delhi Police to register an FIR against Lok Sabha MP KC Patel for Rape, saying she hadn’t approached the court with clear motives.
Court noted the findings of the action taken report filed by Delhi police, in which they said that the woman had already extorted ₹1 lakh from the MP & was demanding ₹7 crore.
Police added that the woman had done so in the past as well with other MPs, bureaucrats & ministers. The police told court that the 1st such case was lodged by this Woman in 1991 against a policeman.
The woman was arrested on 2nd May after the police registered an FIR against her of extortion. The police had also raided her house where they found a camera in her bedroom.
The court order said that though a person may fall victim to a similar offence again, but the conduct of the complainant revealed in the police report suggests that she hasn’t approached this court with clean hands.
The report also suggested that the women wasn’t keen on getting FIR registered & delayed it for manipulating the situation to her advantage.
The court said that in these circumstances where the complainant earlier lodged similar complaints against other MPs & civil servants, and then, backtracked from her allegations, court exercises its discretion not to give direction to the police to register an FIR on her complaint.