Ashram resident Ramanjeet Kaur, who was attacked by a traffic constable with a brick on Monday morning, met Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal at the Delhi Secretariat on Tuesday.
Kaur was accompanied by her husband Gurdeep.
She told Kejriwal that though she had lodged a complaint against head constable Satish Chand, who was seen hurling a brick at her in 15-second video clip, police have not provided her a copy of the FIR. Chand was dismissed from service after the video went viral and the FIR was registered.
She also told the chief minister that she had not received proper medical treatment for the injuries she sustained on her hand and back.
Kejriwal assured her that he will arrange for a copy of the FIR. He also directed Health Minister Satyendra Jain to arrange good treatment for Kaur. Jain later referred Kaur for treatment.
Kejriwal is learnt to have told Kaur, “We are proud of you. We are completely with you and will do whatever we can. Delhi needs citizens like you, I alone can’t change the system, we all need to work together to change the prevailing corrupt practices.”
On Monday, 30-year-old Kaur said she was headed towards her house in Ashram when she was stopped by Chand at a traffic signal in Golf Links. She said Chand had stopped her for allegedly jumping a light.
According to Kaur, Chand got rattled when she asked him to issue a receipt for Rs 200 and allegedly started abusing her and then threw a brick at her. He was suspended on Monday evening and arrested for the crime later.