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THE MUMBAI Police Wednesday registered a complaint against Gurmeet Singh alias Shera — Salman Khan’s bodyguard — along with three others on the charges of allegedly assaulting a 23-year-old Vile Parle resident.
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The incident took place in Andheri West. The complainant, who is known to Shera, approached the D N Nagar police station, where an FIR was registered against the four. The police were in the process of recording the statements of the four till late Wednesday evening.
According to an officer, Shera, along with three of his friends, was standing near a petrol pump in Indian Oil Nagar at Andheri West around 1.45 am. An Audi with three occupants, including Athar Gulam Ansari (23), — the complainant — was passing on the Link Road when one of the occupants spotted Shera.
Ansari, a mobile phone dealer, alighted from the four-wheeler. “When the complainant got off the car, he was talking to someone called Ajay over the phone. He then handed over the phone to Shera. Shera had a verbal argument with Ajay,” an officer said, adding that there was no clarity on what the argument was about.
Shera cut the call, after which he and the complainant had a physical fight , the officer said.
As per Ansari, Shera hit him with a baton and and the butt of a pistol. “Seeing the drama unfold, two friends of the complainant also alighted from the Audi and the fight escalated. The complainant sustained a fracture to his collar bone,” the officer said. Shera and his friends then left the spot, and the complainant, after getting treatment at a nearby hospital, came to the D N Nagar police station around 5 am.
Senior Inspector of D N Nagar police station Dhanaji Nalawade said, “An FIR has been registered against the four persons on charges of voluntarily causing hurt, criminal intimidation and intentional insult to provoke breach of trust, and user relevant sections of the Arms Act.”
Soon after the FIR was registered, the police started looking for the accused persons.
Joint Commissioner of Police (law and order) Deven Bharti said on Wednesday evening, “Currently, the statements of the accused are being recorded. The future course of action will depend upon what is revealed in our interrogation.”
Deputy Commissioner of Police (zone 9) Satyanarayan Chowdhury said, “We are still verifying the reason behind the altercation. In addition, we are checking if the accused had a licence for the firearm they were carrying.” An officer said they were verifying the statement by the complainant and checking if there were CCTV cameras in the area that captured the incident.