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Another pub brawl: 7 bouncers booked

HT Correspondent, Hindustan Times  Gurgaon, November 19, 2012
First Published: 00:15 IST(19/11/2012) | Last Updated: 00:16 IST(19/11/2012)

In another brawl at a pub in Sahara Mall, seven bouncers have been booked for assaulting three revellers on Saturday evening. The bouncers are on the run.

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According to police, Devender Singh and Vijay Kumar — residents of Sonepat — had gone to party at Sahara Mall on Saturday night along with another friend.

While dancing, one of them accidently dropped their mobile phone on the floor. According to police, when he tried to pick it up, the bouncers did not allow him to do so. An argument followed which soon turned into a brawl in which Singh and Kumar suffered minor injuries.

"The bouncers assaulted us without any reason and then threw us out of the pub," Devender Singh told HT

The pub owner has denied the allegations. He said the bouncers were not at fault, instead the three men were misbehaving with a girl and his staff was just trying to protect her.

"Though no pubs/bars are allowed to keep bouncers, still this particular pub had deployed them…it is illegal. I have asked the mall management to provide the CCTV footage so that we can take appropriate action based on the video," deputy commissioner of police (east) Maheshwar Dayal said.

Sahara Mall, situated on MG Road, has often been in the news for wrong reasons.

Rs. 6 lakh PF fraud
The economic offence cell of Gurgaon has booked a man for withdrawing R6 lakh from two provident fund (PF) accounts by forging signatures.

The Sector 5 police on Saturday registered a case against Ganesh Pandit under Section 420 of the Indian Penal Code (IPC). The cheques were issued two-and-a-half years ago.


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