Delhi: IAF officer assaulted, robbed in Sangam Vihar, 3 suspects arrested
An Indian Air Force corporal was allegedly assaulted and robbed by a group of men after his motorcycle brushed past their car in southeast Delhi's Sangam Vihar area, police said on Sunday.
New Delhi: An Indian Air Force corporal was allegedly assaulted and robbed by a group of men after his motorcycle brushed past their car in southeast Delhi's Sangam Vihar area, police said on Sunday.
A case has been registered on his complaint and three men have been arrested, they added.
A video has also surfaced online showing the IAF man being roughed up.
Sujay Kr Sikandar, a corporal posted at Tughlakabad told police that on 20 April, his motorcycle had brushed past a Swift car. After that, the vehicle overtook and stopped him on the Mehrauli-Badarpur Road near Batra Hospital.
Two persons came out of the car and started beating him and his colleague, he told police.
He added that in the meantime, another car also pulled up and its driver got into an argument over the road getting blocked.
The three of them then dragged him and robbed his ID card as well as the registration certificate of his motorcycle, police said.
One of the accused works as a milk supplier in Malviya Nagar. The others work as a storekeeper at a hotel in Mehrauli and as a bouncer at a club in Vasant Vihar.
The robbed items have been recovered and the two cars have been seized.
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