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FIR lodged against female SI for assaulting father-in-law

FIR lodged against female SI for assaulting father-in-law

New Delhi: The Delhi Police have lodged a case against a female Sub Inspector (SI) for assaulting her father-in-law in front of police personnel in the national capital's Laxmi Nagar area.

A CCTV footage of the incident on Sunday had gone viral which prompted the police to lodge the case.

The incident occurred at the elderly man's house in Laxmi Nagar on Sunday.

"Case registered under section 323/427 IPC after a video of Sub-Inspector thrashing her in-laws in Delhi's Laxmi Nagar went viral. Info shared with concerned authority to take suitable departmental action against the erring police official," Delhi Police wrote on Twitter.

CCTV footage showed the woman cop slapping her father-in-law multiple times before the policeman intervened.

Before the assault, the woman and her mother had a heated argument with the elderly man in front of the policeman, which escalated to physical assault with the woman dealing slaps to her father-in-law one after another. Her mother was also seen aiding her in the assault.

The accused cop, posted at the Defence Colony Police Station in the city, is in the middle of a court battle against her in-laws.

A case has been registered for relevant sections under the Indian Penal Code, including for voluntarily causing hurt, news agency ANI reported citing Delhi Police. They said the concerned authority has been informed of departmental action against the accused cop.

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