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Delhi Mukherjee Nagar Case: Sikh community stage street protest; 3 Cops Suspended

Delhi Mukherjee Nagar Case: Sikh community stage street protest; 3 Cops Suspended: Delhi Mukherjee Nagar violence 3 cops suspended after a day of a video getting viral online. Yes! A video clip got viral online where we have seen a group of policeman thrashing a tempo driver after he pulled out a sword and attacked them. Delhi Police on Monday registered cross FIRs against the driver and the cops who were involved in the issue. Also, three policemen have been suspended in the case until the clear investigation.

Mukherjee Nagar violence: cross FIRs lodged

Today we have seen that a group of protestors gathered around the Mukherjee Nagar police Station and they demanded the clear investigation and suspension of the cops who are involved in the case. We are still trying to figure out the whole case. The protestors attacked Assistant Commissioner of Police K.G. Tyagi who was requesting them to calm down and let traffic move through the area. So far the reports are coming that the policemen and paramilitary force were deployed there to control the situation.

So far the reports are coming that Delhi Police Public Relations Officer Madhur Verma confirmed that after going through the initial findings in the case, FIRs have been registered against both the parties involved in the scuffle. Also, he included that the investigation is ongoing and the case is transferred to the Crime Branch for detailed investigation.

Also, Mr. Verma said that Joint Commissioner of Police (Northern Range) Manish Kumar Agrawal is separately conducting a fact-finding inquiry into the matter. three police personnel, including two assistant sub-inspectors and a constable, have been placed under suspension for their unprofessional conduct in handling the situation.  Delhi Police Commissioner Amulya Patnaik said, “The Delhi Police follows a policy of zero tolerance towards any unprofessional conduct while performing official duties or handling a crowd control situation.”