Pharmaceutical Operator Beaten; Provincial Police Forms Investigation Committee
The Janakpur Provincial Police Office has formed a committee to investigate the incident of 25-year-old Afroz Ahmed being beating by DSP Prahlad Karki of the District Police Office, Parsa.
The committee was formed under the coordination of SP Krishna Prasai informed, DIG Dhiraj Singh.
The Provincial Police Office has issued a press release on May 27 stating that action will be taken as per the police regulations if the DSP is found guilty.
It is alleged that on May 26, DSP Karki entered the medical shop named Patho Surgical and beat Ahmed on the suspicion that he had recorded a video from his mobile phone while DSP Prahlad Karki of the District Police Office had closed the market to tighten the prohibition issued for 16 days.
According to the owner of the pharmaceutical Karan Patel, ‘The grocery store next door was closing and my staff had come to the shop. He was on a video call while opening the shutters of the shop and suddenly the Karki came to the shop and started beating him. ‘
SP Bel Bahadur Pandey of District Police Office, Parsa has admitted that it was a mistake. “The incident took place while trying to tighten the lockdown and that there was no other intention in this and that such incidents would be rectified.
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