New Delhi (Hindustan Times). A case of a man thrashing a woman and forcing her to sit in a car near Mangolpuri flyover in outer Delhi has come to light. On the other hand, taking cognizance, Delhi Women’s Commission Chairperson Swati Maliwal has issued a notice to the Delhi Police and said that strict action should be taken against the accused.
According to the information, the car belongs to Ratan Vihar of Gurugram. Although the vehicle and the driver have been traced by the police. At the same time, this incident has created a big challenge for the Delhi Police, which is handling the responsibility of law and order.
Giving information, DCP of outer district Harendra Singh said that the vehicle and the driver have been traced. He said that two boys and a girl had booked a vehicle from Rohini to Vikaspuri through Uber. Meanwhile, there was some argument between them on the way which later turned into a scuffle. According to the information given by the police, the boy was forcibly pushing the girl inside the car. After the argument, the girl wanted to leave.
Although the police team is continuously raiding in this case and is searching for the accused youth, but this case has once again raised questions not only on Delhi’s law and order situation, but also on the changing mindset of people against women. have also raised question marks. At the same time, now it will be clear only after the police investigation that what was the whole episode and what started the dispute between these people.
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