Four women beat up a police constable

| Wednesday, June 15, 2016 - 23:57
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Constable beaten by four women

New Delhi: A bizarre incident took place in Rani Bagh area of national capital on Tuesday, June 14, where a traffic constable was allegedly beaten up by four women after he entered into a heated argument with a couple over traffic violation.

As per the reports, the incident took place when a 45-year-old traffic constable was heading towards Madhuban Chowk, where he is posted. There he spotted a couple on a motorbike who had stopped beyond the mark near a zebra crossing at an intersection, which is in violation of the traffic norms. When the constable, Mool Chand, asked them to reverse the two-wheeler, the woman pillion rider entered into an argument with him, which soon turned quite violent.

Meanwhile, three other women, who were riding a scooter, triple riding is also in violation of law, intervened and then the four women allegedly assaulted the constable and even tore apart his uniform.

Locals rushed to the cop's rescue and held two of the accused women, while the others fled the spot. They called up the police and a case was registered in connection with the matter.

The officials added that during investigation, it emerged that the three women who had come later in the scooter, were known to the couple in the motorbike.

Efforts are on to nab the other accused too, said the police.


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