Mumbai policeman caught ‘thrashing’ woman on camera

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Old 24-May-2016
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Mumbai policeman caught ‘thrashing’ woman on camera

A police officer has been caught on camera allegedly thrashing a woman inside the Kandivali police station in Mumbai following which an inquiry has been ordered into the incident.
According to Rakesh Shetty, who captured the incident on his mobile camera, the thrashing happened on May 11 when a woman and her husband reached the police station to file a complaint but the accused--sub-inspector Riyaz Mulani-- refused to hear them out.
Although the couple have not yet sought any action against the officer, Shetty went ahead and complained about the alleged assault on the woman to Kandivali Police.

His video shows the police officer hitting the woman with a wooden stick inside the police station premises.
Shetty, a real estate professional happened to be at the police station, at the time of the incident, for filing a complaint regarding the threats he is receiving from the underworld.
The complainant told PTI that he also apprised all higher officials in the police department about the incident including the city police chief but no case has been lodged against Mulani yet.
Meanwhile, DCP (Operations) Sangramsingh Nishandar said that ACP (Borivali Division) has been asked to conduct an inquiry into the alleged incident.

Old 29-May-2016
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