NEW DELHI: A video of women which went viral on social media was seen brutally trashed by a Delhi police officer’s son on Sep 2, 2018.
After the arrest of accused Rohit Tomar, the 21-year-old son of the policeman, Ashok Kumar Tomar, Delhi Police on Monday suspended him.
His son was seen beating up a girl in the video and the whole footage was recorde by one of his friend. Well it is stated that the video was recorded on Sep 2, 2018, at 3 pm inside a BPO office located in Uttam Nagar area of Delhi. The company was owned by his friend Ali Hassan.
Video Source: The Print
The accused women were employed with a BPO call center till last month and she is currently unemployed. Rohit Tomar is the 2nd year student of Delhi University. He is pursuing a BA through correspondence and she is the EX-girlfriend of Rohit Tomar.
The women in her statement said that on September 2nd Rohit called her to BPO office located in Uttam Nagar, Delhi to talk. When she reaches the spot, Rohit raped her and when she alleged to complain to police, he started beating her brutally, slapping her around hair, throwing her to the ground, kicking her and using elbows and knees to hit her continuously.
While he brutally beating her one person is seen roaming around and another guy was shooting the video. The person who was filming, told to stop beating the women but he didn’t stop and started abusing her continously.
After the incident, Anto Alphonse (DCP) said that she approached the Uttam Nagar police station on September 2nd night after the video clip went viral after which a case was registered in the police station. Later she was taken to hospital for medical examinations.
A police team was sent to Rohit’s house in Tilak Nagar in Delhi but he was found to be escaped. Anto Alphonse (DCP) said that “we have registered a case of assault and rape on the basis of the statement of the girl what she said. Our Police Teams have been formed to track him down”.
Later on friday, Rohit Tomar was arrested after Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh directed Delhi Police Commissioner Amulya Patnaik to take necessary action in the matter. The Delhi Commission for Women has issued a notice to the city police in this regard.