58 days later PCR cop indicted for misbehaving with girl
A police control room cop from SAS Nagar, was finally indicted for misbehaving with a girl after nearly 58 days of the incident, following which the cop was assaulted by a group of youths near Katani dhaba, in Phase 3b2, SAS Nagar, on October 26, leaving him seriously injured.chandigarh Updated: Dec 24, 2012 23:39 IST
A police control room cop from SAS Nagar, was finally indicted for misbehaving with a girl after nearly 58 days of the incident, following which the cop was assaulted by a group of youths near Katani dhaba, in Phase 3b2, SAS Nagar, on October 26, leaving him seriously injured.
With the recommendations of the enquiry conducted by DSP (city) RS Sohal into the allegations, decks are clear for registering a case against the injured cop Ravinder Singh. The police have already arrested three persons for assaulting Ravinder Singh after he allegedly misbehaved with a Phase 11 resident Rupinder Kaur.
Sources in the police inform that following the enquiry, action against Ravinder Singh under Section 294 (does any obscene act in any public place) of Indian Penal Code has been recommended.
Rupinder Kaur, a resident of Phase 11 alleged that the injured cop Ravinder Singh had passed lewd comments and misbehaved with her.
In her statement to the police, Rupinder, said that she had gone out for dinner with her fiancée Deepinder when Ravinder Singh on PCR duty misbehaved with her. Following her statement DSP (city) RS Sohal was entrusted with the enquiry.
When contacted SP (city) Swarndeep Singh said, "I am yet to go through the enquiry report thus cannot comment."
It is pertinent to mention that on October 26, a group of youth had assaulted Ravinder Singh, leaving him seriously injured. Following which police arrested Deepinder and Harshveer Singh residents of Phase 7, SAS Nagar after booking them under Section 307 (attempt to murder) of Indian Penal Code.
PCR cops are bad news
This is not the first time when the PCR cops are in news for wrong reasons. About a week back two PCR constables: Raghubir Singh and Punjab home guard Surinder Kumar, were dismissed from service and booked for extortion. The cops were booked on complaint of Inderdeep Singh, a resident of Phase 10, who alleged that the cops had demanded Rs 5,000 from his niece Kudrat and her fiancée Kuljeet Singh.