JNUSU vice-president Shehla Rashid's mobile phone snatched by bike-borne men in Delhi

New Delhi: Former JNUSU vice-president Shehla Rashid's mobile phone was snatched by unidentified persons in Khan Market in New Delhi, the police said on Tuesday.

Shehla Rashid's mobile phone was snatched. Image courtesy: CNN-News18

Shehla Rashid's mobile phone was snatched. Image courtesy: CNN-News18

The incident took place on 30 July when Rashid had gone to the market. The mobile case also contained her ATM card.

She alleged that the incident happened in front of a police post and the police could do nothing.

"My phone was snatched from my hand at the intersection of four CCTV cameras in front of a police post, outside Bahrisons, Khan Market, by two guys on a bike without helmets."

"And the police can't do anything. So much for surveillance, policing and interception," she wrote on Facebook.


Updated Date: Aug 02, 2017 08:16 AM

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