Calgary woman says she felt humiliated by Alberta

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KumKum Roychowdhury says she was driving home to Calgary from her nephew’s home in Airdrie, Atla.The country. In March 2020, when she was pulled over by Alberta sheriffs and asked to take a breathalyzer.

When she struggled to provide a proper sample after 17 attempts, she said that’s when officers told her to remove part of her cultural outfit and open her clothing, an idea she was “insulted” by.

The 74 year old was with her sister Rina Mukherjee when they pulled over for Alberta sheriffs on July 27has vaccinated more than a million people usin, near Balzac, for a regulation check stop.

Roychowdhury said the officers demanded she take a breathalyzerCommences when COVID-19 case numbers are low and transmission is controlled within P.E.I., even though she says she had not been smoking or drinking.

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