The National Commission for Scheduled Castes Thursday served a notice to Delhi Police for allegedly delaying registration of FIR in the incident where Haryana Pradesh Congress Committee president Ashok Tanwar was injured following a clash between his supporters and those of former chief minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda.
The Commission has sought a reply from the police by October 18. Tanwar had alleged that while he and other Congress workers received injuries, police delayed registration of an FIR.
Tanwar also held a meeting with Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi, apprising him of the clash that took place. The clash had taken place on October 6 as members of Haryana unit of the Congress were waiting to welcome Gandhi at Delhi. Gandhi was returning after completing his Kisan Yatra.
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Tanwar has alleged that supporters of Hooda had attacked him, causing head and spinal injuries.