Sangliana's daughter claims two women racially abused her

Rachel started it all, the women just retaliated, say eyewitnesses

Sangliana's daughter claims  two women racially abused her

Commotion prevailed at a shopping mall at Adugodi on Monday, when Rachel, the daughter of former City police commissioner H T Sangliana, alleged that she was racially abused by two women.

Rachel had claimed that she was attacked by two women at the mall. She had also claimed that she was beaten up and that she sustained injuries on the head and face. The incident occurred when she was waiting in a queue at the mall to buy some goods.

A woman clad in burqa called her a Chinese woman and said that a lesson should be taught to outsiders in Karnataka. Soon, another woman joined in the attack, Rachel claimed.

She stated that she called up the police control room to complain about the incident. The two women had vanished when the police reached there.

City Police Commissioner M N Reddi told reporters on Tuesday that it was not a case of racial abuse, but an altercation involving Rachel and the two women.

A senior police officer told Deccan Herald that the police sent a team to the mall. Eyewitnesses told the police that it was Rachel who triggered the incident.

Rachel abused the women and they retaliated. Nobody in the mall ever indulged in racial abuse, the police said.

“We requested her to lodge a complaint but she refused to do so. She said there was no need for the complaint, thanked the police and went away,” the officer said.
The police said that they are ready to probe the matter if a complaint is lodged.

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