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MP honeytrap case: Police to file supplementary charge sheet

Press Trust of India  |  New Delhi 

The Police has informed a special that it will file a supplementary charge sheet in a case involving a woman and two others for allegedly organising a honeytrap and blackmailing MP K C Patel.

The investigating officer told the that the forensic science laboratory result was awaited and after receiving it, the probe agency would file the supplementary report.


Special Judge Hemani Malhotra put up the matter for July 26 for scrutiny of documents annexed with the charge sheet, and for hearing the bail application of accused Kumar.

The copies of charge sheet and other documents were also supplied to the three accused.

The had earlier taken cognisance of the charge sheet for alleged offences of extortion, criminal conspiracy, taking gratification by corrupt or illegal means to influence a public servant and other charges under the and the Prevention of Corruption Act against a 40-year-old woman, businessman Kumar alias Pal Chauhan and Mitrapal.

While the woman and Kumar are in judicial custody, Mitrapal has not yet been arrested.

The woman was arrested on May 2 by Police from her Ghaziabad residence.

Kumar was arrested on June 9 from Connaught Place here on the basis of a tip-off received by the police.

According to the prosecution, the woman had allegedly filmed obscene videos of the Gujarat's Valsad MP after drugging him and had threatened to make them public if she was not paid Rs seven crore.

Kumar had allegedly helped the woman in the execution of the offence.

Patel had filed a complaint alleging that he was drugged by the woman at her Ghaziabad house and obscene videos and photographs of him were taken by her.

The had noted that as per the woman's statement, it was Kumar who had helped her record the sex video.

The police had told the that such videos had been made by the accused earlier involving two politicians and a substantial amount of money was extorted from them.

The woman, along with Kumar and Mitrapal, had gone to the flat of Patel to extort money threatening that they would post the video on social media, it had said.

The woman had also approached a court, claiming the police did not act on her rape complaint against Patel. However, her plea was dismissed.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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