Constable, ASI beaten up in Saket court complex | Delhi News


NEW DELHI: A group of men, including lawyers, allegedly assaulted a Delhi Police constable and an assistant sub-inspector (ASI) on Friday night at Saket court complex in south Delhi.
Police said one of the accused, who works as a munshi for a lawyer, and his associate have been arrested. Two other advocates involved in the crime have been identified and will be caught soon. The accused have been booked for assault, disrupting a public servant from discharge of duty and theft as they also fled with the ASI’s mobile phone.
The accused have been identified as Anuj Gaur (27) Hitesh (22), Vinay Nagar and Chinmaya Sejwal. Gaur works as a munshi while Nagar and Sejwal are lawyers and were arrested earlier for thrashing two men in Lado Sarai.
Cops said a call was received at Saket police station about a quarrel at gate number two of Saket court complex, where constable Hitesh was on duty. “Preliminary inquiry revealed that around 8.30pm a car tried to enter the complex, which was stopped by guards. The occupants of the car told Hitesh they had come to visit an advocate. On this, Hitesh allowed the car to go in,” said Atul Kumar Thakur, DCP, south.
When the car was on way out, there was a new occupant inside who got out and started assaulting Hitesh. Hitesh then called ASI Kailash, who was also pushed by the accused. During the scuffle Kailash dropped his mobile phone, which the men picked up and fled.

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