Drunk men bash up 2 brothers

Drunk men bash up 2 brothers

Despite CCTV footage police did not take any action, allege victims

A group of drunken men thrashed two brothers when they were crossing lanes of Satya Niketan at South Campus area in south Delhi.

The victims alleged that the police have got closed-circuit television footage which the local camera had recorded, but they are yet to take any action in this regard.

Chakshu Sahni, 21, a second year engineering student of Lingayas University in Haryana and resident of Adarsh Nagar, alleged that he along with his elder brother –Gaurav Sahni – drove to Satya Niketan from Gurgaon on March 5 and gave an order at Pizza Hut.

‘Youth started abusing’

“As we had to wait for next fifteen minutes to get our order, we decided to buy some grocery items and walked towards a lane starting from The Kitchen Restaurant at around 7: 30 pm,” said Chakshu.

While they were returning, three to four drunken youths were standing over there. They started misbehaving.

“They passed comments and started abusing us. My brother requested them not to abuse us,” said Chakshu.

Chakshu alleged that these youth started beating up his brother.

“Seeing this some more youths intervened. I too rushed there and they asked us to leave the place. “Then around ten men pounced on us and started hitting us.

“They also robbed our mobile and purse and fled from the spot,” said Chakshu.

Police refused to file FIR

The victims approached police and filed a written complaint, however, the police refused to file an FIR.

“After our persistent efforts, the police lodged an FIR on March 9 at 4:00 pm,” alleged Chakshu.

He also alleged that South Delhi Campus police station officials have turned a blind eye towards the act of robbery which had taken place.

“Police have not taken any action against the accused so far,” said Chakshu.
Meanwhile, a police official said that they are investigating the matter.

Mails sent

The victims have also written mails to Ministry of Home Affairs, chief minister’s office, prime minister’s office, Human Rights department and senior police officials.  They have urged the authorities concerned to take up the matter of negligence on the part of the police and to conduct a probe.