DCW took cognizance of Mangolpuri flyover incident; To issue notice to Delhi Police

Delhi Commission for Women Chairperson Swati Maliwal | Photo Credit: Sushil Kumar Verma

The Delhi Commission for Women (DCW) has taken cognizance and is going to issue a notice to the Delhi Police over the Mangolpuri flyover incident in which a man allegedly thrashed a woman and forced her to sit inside a car. .

A day after the video went viral on social media platforms, Delhi Commission for Women (DCW) Chairperson Swati Maliwal shared the video of the incident on Twitter on March 19 and ensured strict action.

DCW chairperson Swati Maliwal said in a tweet in March, “Taking note of this viral video of a woman being forcibly thrashed in a vehicle, I am issuing a notice to the Delhi Police. The commission will ensure strict action against these people.” ” 19.

In a video that has surfaced on the internet, a man can be seen thrashing a woman and forcing her into a car near the Mangolpuri flyover.

The Delhi Police had on March 19 said that the driver of the vehicle and the car involved in the Mangolpuri flyover incident, where a boy was seen forcibly pushing a girl inside the car, has been traced.

“The vehicle and the driver of the car have been traced. The vehicle was booked by two men and a woman through Uber from Rohini to Vikaspuri,” said the police.

The police officer further said that there was a dispute between the boy and the girl over some personal matter, which led to the incident. “On the way, there was a dispute and scuffle between them. It is seen in the video that the man forcibly pushes the woman inside the car. After a heated argument between them, the woman wanted to get out of the situation which led to this,” said an officer.

Delhi Police mentioned that no arrest has been made in this case so far as they have not received any complaint yet. Further investigation is underway. While probing the incident, Delhi Police officials said that the car is registered in Ratan Vihar, Gurugram.