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Delhi: MoD employees thrash 51-year-old constable in ATM queue in North Block

Two Ministry Of Defence (MoD) Employees Has Trashed 51-year-old Constable In ATM Queue In North Block, , Police Said On Saturday.

PTI | Updated on: 15 Jan 2017, 09:21:47 AM
Delhi: MoD employees thrash 51-year-old constable in ATM queue in North Block (File Photo)

New Delhi:

A 51-year-old constable, posted at Secretariat Security Force in Ministry of Home Affairs, was allegedly assaulted by two Ministry of Defence (MoD) employees in an ATM queue, police said on Saturday.

The incident took place on January 12 when Raj Kumar,constable with Secretariat Security Force, Ministry of Home Affairs had gone to an ATM in North Block to withdraw money, they said.

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When he tried to withdraw the ATM, the machine did not accept his card due to some technical glitch, police said. The two men allegedly lost temper while standing in the queue and despite Kumar telling them it was not his fault that the machine was not working properly, they abused him and hit him, breaking his two teeth, they said.

Seeing the commotion, the CISF guard closed the gates and the two men were held. When they showed their ID cards, it was found that they are employed with Ministry of Defence, police said. Further investigation is underway in the matter, police added. 

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First Published : 15 Jan 2017, 08:48:00 AM