Caught On Camera: Delhi Woman Sub-Inspector Thrashes Father In-Law, Case Registered

Caught On Camera: Delhi Woman Sub-Inspector Thrashes Father In-Law, Case Registered

New Delhi: The Woman Sub-Inspector of Delhi Police has been accused of beating up the elderly father-in-law in front of her mother and another policeman in east Delhi’s Laxmi Nagar area has surfaced on social media, as reported by news agency PTI. The incident took place on Sunday in the elderly man’s house and a case has been registered against the woman sub-inspector, said police.

In a video that is going viral on social media, the female sub-inspector can be seen slapping her father-in-law one after the other in the presence of the police. 

#WATCH | Case registered under section 323/427 IPC after a video of Sub-Inspector thrashing her in-laws in Delhi’s Laxmi Nagar went viral. Info shared with concerned authority to take suitable departmental action against the erring police official: Delhi Police(CCTV Visuals)

— ANI (@ANI) September 5, 2022

“In the Laxmi Nagar incident of viral video, on the basis of a complaint, action under sections 323 (voluntarily causing hurt) and 427 (mischief causing damage to the amount of fifty rupees) of the Indian Penal Code has been taken.

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“Preventive action under sections 107/150 of CrPC has also been initiated. The information is being shared with the disciplinary authority concerned for taking suitable departmental/disciplinary action against the erring police official,” Deputy Commissioner of Police (east) Priyanka Kashyap said.

According to the police, the woman sub-inspector, posted at the Defence Colony police station in the South district, is having a matrimonial dispute with her in-laws. “We will file a misconduct report and the South district police will take the necessary action,” the official said. 

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(With PTI Inputs)