Sources to Republic TV have confirmed that Haryana BJP President Subhash Barala has offered to resign on Monday.
Varnika Kundu, the complainant in the VVIP stalking and rash driving incident that occurred in Chandigarh, spoke exclusively with Republic TV about the events that occurred after she went public with her terrifying ordeal.
She spoke about the ensuing attempt to cover up the alleged stalking by Vikas Barala, son of Haryana BJP chief Subhash Varala, and the victim-maligning that has also followed. The complete interview can be viewed in the video above.
On Sunday, sources told Republic TV that the Centre has sought relevant details on the Haryana stalker incident and is seeking a report within 24 hours. Moreover, it has been assured that "action will be taken if the culprit is found guilty".
Meanwhile, Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar said it was not right to punish the BJP leader for his son's crime. "I came to know about this incident. Chandigarh Police has filed the complaint and I believe they will take appropriate action. This matter is not related with Subhash Barala but with an individual. So action would be taken against his son," Khattar told media