New Delhi, Jan 29: National Commission for Women On Monday requested Karnataka Police to probe the sensitive matter in Mysuru’s Varuna where former Chief Minister Siddaramaiah came under fire over his alleged misbehavior with a local woman.
Taking cognizance of the development, Rekha Sharma, chief of National Commission for Women took to Twitter and asked Karnataka cops to take appropriate action in the same.
@NCWIndia @sharmarekhaOn Monday, senior Congress leader Siddaramaiah who was attending a public interaction programme in Varuna assembly segment confronted with a lady called Jamalar and lost his cool during a heated dissuasion and forcefully snatched mic when she was putting her word.
Later the former Chief Minister took to Twitter and presented his version. “The incident that happened, when I tried to stop our party worker for taking more time, was an accident. I know that woman for more than 15 years now & she is like my sister.” he clarified.