Chandigarh stalking case: Vikash Barla released from jail

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After facing rejection four times on his bail plea by a trial court, prime accused in Chandigarh stalking case, Vikas Barala, was finally granted bail on Thursday by Punjab and Haryana High Court.

Kundu accused Vikas, the son of a senior BJP leader, and his friend Kumar of following her auto in the middle of the night in Chandigarh. Despite the growing calls for Subhash Barala's ouster from the party, Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar maintained that Haryana's BJP president will not punished for his son's wrongdoing.

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Last month, Justice Lisa Gill had instructed a cellular operator to provide call details between the complainant, 29-year-old Varnika Kundu, and her IAS father VS Kundu, to the trial court, as sought by Barala's counsel.

Earlier this week on Tuesday, the cross examination of the victim Varnika Kundu concluded in the district courts in Chandigarh.

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The Chandigarh Police had arrested the duo under non-bailable sections. They had chased Varnika, who was in her vehicle and driving back from Chandigarh to adjoining town of Panchkula around midnight, in their SUV.

Based on Varnika's complaint the Chandigarh Police arrested Vikas and Ashish and charged them under five different sections of the Indian Penal Code. So today we did not oppose the bail. Congress routinely slammed BJP and even alleged at one point that the Home Ministry was shielding Vikas Barala. His lawyer had moved the high court for regular bail in November after a local court denied him bail for the fourth time.

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