A resident of a village in Greater Noida has alleged that he was abused and assaulted by two policemen on Thursday, after he asked them to wear helmets whereas driving a two-wheeler in Haldoni village, officers conscious of the matter stated on Saturday.
The complainant, Ayush Vishwakarma, who resides in Haldoni village, wrote to the Gautam Budh Nagar police commissioner Laxmi Singh on Saturday, looking for justice within the case.
In accordance to Vishwakarma, on June 29, whereas heading to work within the metropolis, he seen two policemen driving a motorcycle close to a personal hospital within the village with out helmets. He stated, “I merely knowledgeable them that sporting a helmet is important, sir. In response, they slapped and punched me. After I tried to file the incident, they snatched my cell phone and instructed me to gather it from the Ecotech-3 police station,” stated Vishwakarma in his letter.
Subsequently, he went to the Ecotech-3 police station to retrieve his cell phone, as acknowledged in his letter.
“On the police station, the officers handcuffed me and bodily assaulted me. One of many officers then instructed his colleague to falsely cost me below Part 151 CrPC (Code of Felony Process) for preventive motion. I used to be subsequently arrested and positioned in judicial custody. My mother and father obtained a lawyer and secured my launch on bail the next day,” claimed Vishwakarma.
As proof of his grievance in opposition to the 2 policemen, Vishwakarma hooked up an audio and video recording.
“Subsequently, I request that my false case be dismissed, and acceptable justice be served,” appealed Vishwakarma.
In response to the incident, Anil Kumar Yadav, deputy commissioner of police (Central Noida) has initiated an inquiry.
“The police arrested the complainant on June 29 for performing stunts together with his bike. Nonetheless, whatever the complainant’s allegations, the policemen shouldn’t have mistreated or abused him. We’re at the moment verifying the details and have launched an inquiry into the incident. Applicable motion will likely be taken based mostly on the findings,” the DCP stated.