After getting exposed on camera for assaulting a woman for refusing to marry him, the son of Delhi Police sub-constable, Rohit, has again been found on tape creating ruckus, this time by threatening the victim's family in the presence of his father.
In the new video which has been accessed by Republic TV, Rohit could be seen arguing and threatening the girl's family of dire consequences. Despite the presence of his father, the boy was constantly verbally attacking the family of the girl, and issued several threats to them.
Earlier in the day, he was detained and then arrested by the Delhi Police for thrashing a woman on September 2. A video had emerged on social media, wherein Rohit could be seen brutally beating up a woman. Upon further investigations, it was found out that the attacker is the son of a Delhi Police official, and he thrashed the girl after she refused to marry him.
The accused was initially detained by the cops on September 11, but was let go the very next day after an FIR 'of simple scuffle' was registered.
A complaint in this respect was lodged by another girl who was also threatened by the accused. As per the complaint, the two were in a relationship, but it went awry, which was not taken at all well by Rohit. He forced her to marry him, and upon refusal, brutally thrashed her saying his father was in Delhi Police and no one will touch him.
Taking note of the situation, DCW chief Swati Jai Hind has asked the Police to provide them with all the necessary information on this case, including
Condemning this act of brutality, activist Zeenat Shaukat Ali demanded strictest of punishment against the accused. She said, "I think it is quite shocking and horrifying that you know a cop's son breaks the law and harms the woman in this manner. And I think the time has come to tack very strict and stringent action against such people and I am glad that the media has brought this up."
The activist further added, "This is a kind of approach and attitude which needs to be contained and there is a short term and a long term programme which needs to be made. It is very unfortunate that such incidents are taking place in our country."