Delhi: Mentally Unstable Woman Shouts ‘Pakistan Zindabad’ at India Gate, Creates Ruckus; Watch Video
The woman raised anti-India slogans at the India Gate when the security forces were practising for Republic Day parade. | Image Courtesy: Twitter

New Delhi, January 13: In a shocking incident, a woman – identified as Sultana Khan – on Sunday raised anti-India slogans at the India Gate in Delhi. Soon after the incident the woman was picked up by the police and sent for a medical check-up.

According to the video, surfaced on the social media, shows the woman throwing a slipper at the soldier’s memorial at around 8 am, when the security forces were practicing for Republic Day parade. Since the actions of the woman disturbed the practice, guards alerted the police when she created ruckus and raised anti-India slogans. BJP IT Cell Incharge Amit Malviya Feels Bollywood Actors Chanting ‘Jai Hind’ on Social Media is The Impact Of Narendra Modi, Gets Slammed by Trolls.

Police later informed that Khan seems to be mentally unstable and hasn't been able to recall her address. She was sent for medical check-up and based on the report, she may be sent to a home for the mentally challenged investigation is underway, added police.