A case of assault with a woman and her friends has come to light in a club in South Extension Part-1 of Delhi. It is being told that there was a ruckus regarding the entry in the club. At the same time, the woman alleges that the bouncers of the club tore her clothes. Beaten up fiercely. The police has registered an FIR on the basis of the complaint.
New Delhi: In the South Extension Part-1 area of Delhi, a case of fierce ruckus and assault has come to the fore regarding the entry of a club. It is alleged that the bouncers of the club beat up a woman, tore her clothes. There was a huge uproar. Police was informed about the incident. The woman has alleged that she has been abused. His friends were also beaten up.
The incident happened late on September 18 at around 2:14 pm, when he got a call from the victim woman. According to Chandan Choudhary, Deputy Commissioner of Police (South), the woman told in her complaint that she had gone to the club to party with her friends, where she had an argument with the bouncers of the club over the entry. During this the bouncers flared up. After this, the bouncers beat up the woman and her friends fiercely. She was abused and her clothes were torn.
According to the police, the woman alleged in her complaint that she was not only misbehaved, but she was touched inappropriately, thrashed fiercely. Police said that the accused have been identified. The victim has been taken to AIIMS Trauma Center for treatment.
In the case of assault on the woman and her friends in the club, the police started the investigation by registering a case under the sections of molestation and threatening on the basis of the complaint. The statement of the victim woman has also been recorded under section 164.
The DCP said that as part of the investigation, the CCTV cameras of the club and other nearby showrooms have also been searched. Apart from this, information about bouncers has also been taken from the club. Along with this, efforts are being made to arrest the accused. Police said the woman’s statement has been recorded before a magistrate in Saket court.
In the second case, a call was made to a PCR on September 24 at around 12 o’clock. It was told that in South X Part-1, bouncers are fighting in the same club and music is playing loudly. After this, when the police reached the spot, the bouncers also stopped the police from entering the club. After this the police took 7 people into custody. Along with this, the music system was also confiscated.