The Haryana Police has registered a case towards Deputy Inspector Common of Police (Vigilance) Ashok Kumar on prices of assault, legal intimidation and obscene act on a grievance from Kapil Vij, brother of state Dwelling Minister Anil Vij.
Police mentioned on Monday that Kapil Vij had gone to the Sirhind Membership at Ambala Cantonment on Sunday afternoon to attend the birthday celebration of his good friend’s grandson the place the Deputy Inspector Common (DIG) was additionally current.
There was a heated trade of phrases between Kapil Vij and the Mr Kumar over some difficulty, police sources mentioned.
After the intervention of some individuals the matter was sorted out. Nevertheless, later within the night, Kapil Vij filed a grievance towards the DIG on the Ambala Cantt Sadar police station, they mentioned.
On Monday, on an software moved by the DIG, Further Classes Choose Sandeep Singh granted him interim bail.
Mr Kumar’s counsel Satinder Garg mentioned the courtroom has granted interim bail to him until Tuesday.
As per the grievance, Kapil Vij alleged that the individual, about whom he later got here to know was a senior police official, approached him and with none provocation allegedly hurled filthy abuses at him and his household when he was about to have his meals.
Kapil Vij mentioned that whereas shifting away, the senior police officer additionally allegedly even threatened him with dire penalties, and mentioned that he was DIG Vigilance, Ambala, and no person might do any hurt to him.
In accordance with police sources, after getting data of the grievance, senior cops, together with Ambala SP Hamid Akhtar reached the Ambala Sadar Police station round 10 pm and later a case was registered towards the DIG below IPC Sections 323 (punishment for voluntarily inflicting harm), 506 (punishment for legal intimidation) and 294 (obscene acts and songs).
Police official Vijay Kumar, on Monday mentioned he had obtained the grievance on Sunday night.
“A case has been registered towards Ashok Kumar below IPC Sections 323, 506 and 294 on this regard and the matter is being investigated,” the official mentioned.
(This story has not been edited by NDTV workers and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)