Bengaluru: A scholar, who was among the many victims of a latest ethical policing incident at Someshwar Seaside, has lodged a grievance with the town police commissioner, alleging assault by a personnel from the Ullal police station.
The scholar, who wasn’t named by the police, stated that after he was assaulted by locals, the sub-inspector of the Ullal police station summoned him to the station and coerced him into signing a clean sheet of paper. When the coed raised issues about this act, he claimed to have confronted additional bodily assault.
The Mangaluru police commissioner Kuldeep Jain stated that with a view to conduct a radical investigation, the deputy commissioner of police (DCP), regulation and order, has performed a probe into the incident. “A sufferer scholar has raised a grievance in opposition to native police station personnel for improper behaviour. Now we have thought of this grievance critically. I’ve requested DCP regulation and order to analyze the matter. If the police station personnel are discovered to have dedicated the atrocity, disciplinary motion might be taken,” he stated.
The incident passed off on the night of June 1, when three feminine college students from a neighborhood paramedical faculty visited Someshwar Seaside, accompanied by three male college students from the identical faculty.
The police stated that the three boys and three women have been at Someshwara Seaside. Round 7.30 pm, a gaggle of about 10 individuals questioned the boys and after asking their names, the group began assaulting them. The 112 Emergency response assist system car of the police, which obtained wind of the incident, rushed to the spot.
The three injured boys have been admitted to a close-by hospital for therapy. Following their grievance in opposition to the unknown individuals, the town police have fashioned three groups to search for the individuals allegedly concerned within the incident. Police Commissioner Jain stated a case for offences of rioting (Part 146 of Indian Penal Code (IPC)) and try and homicide (Part 307 of IPC) has been registered.