Dehradun: The woman, who had accused former BJP leader Sanjay Kumar of sexual harassment, has now filed an official complaint with the senior superintendent of police (SSP), Dehradun, Nivedita Kukreti to register an FIR. She also alleged that Sanjay has threatened to abduct and kill her.

The SSP is now looking into the matter for further investigations. Additional Director General (ADG) of Police, Law and Order, Ashok Kumar said, “We received an email from the complainant and we have deployed an officer to investigate the matter and submit the report.”

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MyNation accessed the copy of the email sent to the SSP in which the victim said, "I joined the BJP as data entry operator for recording and keeping the records of permanent membership details, during then I also got in touch with Sanjay Kumar. He would send me obscene messages and sometimes shoots sexual slurs and abuses, I approached senior leadership for help. But, going to the opposite way, I was told that I cannot accuse such a big leader without any proof, and they told everything to Sanjay Kumar. Hence, I started recording his calls (sic)."

Also in her complaint, she accused another BJP worker Pawan Thapa of snatching her phone and denied that he took her phone for making a call to someone. She had lodged an FIR about the incident at Dhara Chowki, Dehradun, but no action has been taken about it yet.

State BJP president, Ajay Bhatt had made an official announcement removing Sanjay as Uttarakhand BJP general secretary, six days after the disclosure of the #MeToo episode. Until the order of the next appointment to the post of Maha Sangathan is made, Bhatt will hold that position.