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The Chandigarh Police today asked Vikas, the son of Haryana BJP leader Subhash Barala, to join the investigation into alleged stalking case of a woman here in which he is an accused.
A notice of summons was pasted outside the house of the accused here.
Vikas Barala has been asked to join the investigation by 11 am at the sector-26 police station, a police official said.
Vikas (23) and his friend Ashish Kumar (27) have been booked under sections 354 D (stalking), 341 of IPC (punishment for wrongful restraint) and also section 185 of the Motor Vehicles Act (driving by a drunken person or by a person under the influence of drugs).
Both were earlier arrested for allegedly stalking the 29 -year-old woman but were released on bail subsequently.
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