CISF and Delhi Police men enter into a scuffle
The officers of CISF and the Delhi Police entered into a brawl at Khan Market Metro station after two CISF officers stopped relatives of a Delhi Police officer from clicking pictures inside the station.delhi Updated: Sep 20, 2011 00:26 IST
The officers of CISF and the Delhi Police entered into a brawl at Khan Market Metro station after two CISF officers stopped relatives of a Delhi Police officer from clicking pictures inside the station.
The incident took place at 9:30pm on Sunday when a 12-year-old nephew of Additional DCP (central), Aslam Khan, had gone to Khan Market Metro station with his domestic help.
“He had gone with my one- and-half-year old daughter. We were told that the CISF officers misbehaved with them. A complaint has been filed with Metro police,” Khan said. CISF, on the other hand, defended its men and said that they were only stopping them to take pictures.
“The boy was at the escalators while the domestic help was taking pictures. When we stopped them, they said that they are relatives of a senior IPS officer. We let them go after deleting pictures from the mobile. But later, the police officer returned and had an argument,” said a senior CISF officer.
Khan also alleged that the CISF officers demanded R1,000 from the domestic help. “We are getting things verified and if found guilty, we will take action against our men,” Rohit Katiyar, CISF spokesperson said.
First Published: Sep 20, 2011 00:25 IST