NCP leader Supriya Sule harassed by Taxi Driver at Dadar station

The taxi driver - Kuljit Singh Malhotra - allegedly misbehaved with NCP leader Supriya Sule while touting for taxi service despite her refusal

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Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) leader Supriya Sule, daughter of senior politician Sharad Pawar, on Thursday alleged that she was harassed at Dadar Railway station. 

Sule took to Twitter to inform that a taxi cab driver – Kuljit Singh Malhotra – boarded the train while soliciting passengers for taxi service. However, the taxi driver allegedly misbehaved with the NCP leader while touting despite her refusal.

Sule further stated that if touting is permitted under the law, it should not be in railway stations but at designated taxi stops. After Sule’s complaint, Malhotra (42) was booked under sections 145 B, section 147 and section 159 of the Indian Railways Act. 

Central Railway Chief PRO, Shivaji Sutar informed that the taxi driver is currently under the custody of Railway Police Force (RPF) after a case was filed against him. 

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The ticket checking staff fined Malhotra for travelling without a ticket. Moreover, Matunga traffic police fined the driver for missing driving license and uniform,” Sutar stated.


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