The incident surfaced the internet after the News agency ANI reported that the MLA was allegedly being stopped by the police from entering party president Rahul Gandhi's review meeting in Shimla. She said, "The constable was abusing and pushing me, trying to stop me from entering the party office even after I showed her pass to identify myself".
In her complaint, the MLA also stated that she could not file the complaint on Friday itself as she had to attend an important meeting.
Neither Kumari nor Himachal Pradesh police has commented over the incident.
Congress President Rahul Gandhi had arrived in Congress office in Shimla for meeting on Friday morning. A senior Congress leader told TOI that after seeing the video, Rahul expressed his displeasure and told Kumari that she should not have hit the cop.
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"I am not happy with it". No one has a right to raise hand against someone, at least not the Congress culture.
The matter was highlighted after the woman constable slapped Kumari back in a fit of rage.
In the recently held Assembly elections in Himachal Pradesh, Kumari had won from the Dalhousie constituency by defeating BJP's DS Thakur. She had defeated Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) DS Thakur.
In Shimla, Rahul met party legislators and district presidents and discussed what went wrong in the elections.
He will address a meet of party workers later in the day. The Himachal Pradesh Assembly elections 2017 in the hill state were held in the single-phase on November 9 and the counting of votes took place on December 18.