Cong MLA ‘Threatens’ Woman SHO for Taking Action Against Supporter

“You have been appointed SHO here, you are not God, pack your bags, you will be shunted out,” the MLA told the SHO.

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Congress MLA Davinder Singh Ghubaya.
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In an audio clip that has recently gone viral, a Congress MLA from Fazilka in Punjab is purportedly heard intimidating a police officer for taking action against a supporter of his.

Davinder Singh Ghubaya, the MLA in question, reportedly called SHO Lovemeet Kaur on Monday, 12 November, threatening that she will be “shunted out” and asking her to pack her bags.

During the conversation, which is in Punjabi, the MLA reportedly told the SHO:

“You are harassing our supporters, you have been appointed SHO here, you are not God, pack your bags, you will be shunted out.”
MLA Davinder Singh Ghubaya to the SHO

The call was made by Ghubaya after the SHO challaned one of his supporters for not having motorcycle documents, reported The Tribune.

During the conversation, SHO Kaur – who has the rank of a sub-inspector – reportedly told Ghubaya to talk in a respectable manner, and later even dared him to transfer her.

Regarding the incident, the MLA told The Tribune that Lovemeet Kaur had asked for bribes from his supporters.

MLA Davinder Singh Ghubaya is the son of Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) leader Sher Singh Ghubaya, who is a parliamentarian from Ferozepur.

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