Assault on DCP Monica Bhardwaj in Tis Hazari Court ought to be examined promptly: Commission of Women
The National Commission for Women (NCW) on Friday requested a quick examination concerning the Delhi Police’s supposed assault on DCP Monica Bhardwaj in a conflict a week ago in the Tis Hazari court premises. At any rate 20 cops and a few legal counselors were harmed in the viciousness on Saturday.
Taking awareness of media reports about the supposed assault on DCP Monica Bhardwaj, NCW has composed a letter to Delhi Police Commissioner Amulya Patnaik saying that the sound and 1.40 moment video of the lady’s close to home security faculty affirms the case. In another letter, the commission has solicited the Bar Council from India to make a move against the legal advisors engaged with the occurrence.
NCW President Rekha Sharma said in a letter to the police that the female official in the video gives off an impression of being in a troublesome circumstance when a gathering of attorneys assault her while attempting to snatch her neckline. He said that the official was ‘saved’ with incredible trouble. Sharma said that the Commission emphatically denounced the episode and encouraged an intensive examination concerning the issue. He said that in this manner I demand you to find a way to explore the issue at the earliest opportunity for fitting activity.
The commission has looked for an activity report from the police inside seven days. The commission has prescribed that a free request be led into the issue. In a letter to BCI President Manan Kumar Mishra, NCW said that severe move ought to be made against the attorneys engaged with bad conduct and attack on ladies cops.
Simultaneously, DCP North Monica Bhardwaj said that the conflict among police and legal advisors on 2 November was a group control circumstance. I was there as District DCP. Requests for legal request have just been given. I will give my announcement during the legal request. Much obliged to you everybody for feeling for me.