Ludhiana, December 7
An Aam Aadmi Party legislator in Punjab alleged on Saturday that some people followed her in a vehicle in a possible bid to attack her.
According to Saravjit Kaur Manuke, the MLA from Jagraon in Ludhiana district, a car followed her vehicle on Friday night and tried to hit it from behind.
The car was being driven rashly in a zigzag manner on the highway, said Manuke, who was accompanied by her husband and was returning to Jagraon from Ludhiana city after taking part in a debate on a TV channel.
“We saved ourselves by driving our vehicle into the police station at Chaukiman. There were four to five people in the car that was following us,” she said.
Manuke said they informed the SSP of the Ludhiana Rural Police district about the incident.
Mullanpur DSP GS Bains said the suspects had been identified and an investigation was on. PTI
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