Delhi: Man beaten up at CNG station by ‘police officer’

According to police, the victim, Lakshman Singh, is a resident of Noida and a tennis coach.

By: Express News Service | New Delhi | Published:March 22, 2016 2:53 am

A man was allegedly beaten up by a person, suspected to be a police officer, after an argument at a CNG refilling station in South Delhi’s RK Puram area.

According to police, the victim, Lakshman Singh, is a resident of Noida and a tennis coach. “The incident took place on March 18. It took the police three days to register a case,” Singh alleged. Singh was waiting to receive the balance after getting his car re-fuelled at the station, when the driver behind him began to honk and asked him to move his car ahead. When Singh approached the driver, he allegedly abused him.

“The driver then pushed Singh on the ground and allegedly thrashed him and fled the spot. An FIR has been registered and we are trying to ascertain the identity of the accused,” said an officer.

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