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Sunday, 16 June 2024 4.09 AM IST

Complaint that Yadhu showed obscene gesture; police to record Arya Rajendran's confidential statement

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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The police are gearing up to record the confidential statement of Thiruvananthapuram Mayor Arya Rajendran in her complaint filed against KSRTC bus driver H Yadhu. The police have filed an application in this regard in the Chief Judicial Magistrate's court. The case was registered on Arya Rajendran's complaint alleging that Yadhu had shown an obscene gesture towards her. The Mayor had said that the dispute was not related to overtaking and that she reacted publicly against the driver as he misbehaved towards women.

Driver Yadhu had also filed a petition in the court demanding that a case should be registered against Arya Rajendran and her husband Sachin Dev MLA. Yadhu filed the complaint against the Mayor for obstructing his duty and the MLA for threatening him after storming into the bus. He also filed a complaint against three other persons present in the Mayor's car. Yadhu approached the court as the police did not take any action against the MLA and her family despite receiving a complaint.

A controversy had erupted after the Mayor and her husband obstructed the KSRTC bus by stopping their car in front of the bus in the capital city. After considering the plea filed by Yadhu, the court directed the police to register a case against the Mayor and her family under non-bailable sections. Following this, the Cantonment police registered a case against five persons, including Arya Rajendran. The Mayor and her family were booked under Section 353 of the IPC for obstructing the official duties of a government employee.

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