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Delhi sub-inspector assaulted by advocate husband outside her home in Dwarka | Watch

The victim woman sub-inspector is posted at Mahendra Park police station in North Western district. The woman's husband is an advocate. Who is seen beating in the video.

By Ruchi Upadhyay 
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New Delhi: A woman sub-inspector from Delhi who was on her maternity leave took to report that she was being harassed by her husband, who is a lawyer by profession, since months. According to the female policeman, she lives in Barwala village of Delhi. Her husband often misbehaves with her when he is drunk. On November 11, when the victim was at her sister’s place, the accused Tarun Dabas came in three vehicles along with his accomplices and beat up the victim and her sister and threatened her. Before this, on September 4, he was also beaten up and threatened.

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Despite being a cop herself, she resorted to Twitter to seek help from DCW Swati Maliwal in this regard.

The victim woman sub-inspector is posted at Mahendra Park police station in North Western district. The woman’s husband is an advocate. Who is seen beating in the video. Najafgarh police station has registered a case in the matter last night.

The victim woman sub-inspector Doli tweeted the video of the assault and wrote that I am a sub-inspector in Delhi Police and am currently on maternity leave. Today my husband Advocate Mr. Tarun Dabas resident of Village- Barwala, Sector-36, Rohini, Delhi came to my house and beat me mercilessly.

Taking cognisance of the case, Maliwal tweeted in Hindi and said, “…Police itself is forced to seek help on Twitter! I am issuing notice to Delhi Police, strict action should be taken. If the police are not safe then how will the common women be safe?”

On Monday, Ms Tevathia said they have filed three complaints against Dabas so far.

Taking action, the Delhi Police has registered a case against her husband and are probing the matter.

A case under sections 323 (voluntarily causing hurt), 341 (wrongful restraint), 427 (Mischief causing damage to the amount of fifty rupees) and 506 (criminal intimidation) of the Indian Penal Code has been registered at Najafgarh police station as per law. Further investigation is going on, a senior police officer said.

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