thrashing incident

Cross case against PGI nurse, kin

Cross case against PGI nurse, kin

The victim, Sushila Rohila (44), a resident of Shivalik Vihar, Nayagaon, is posted as a nursing officer in the PGI, Chandigarh.

Mohali, June 9

A day after a cop was booked for thrashing a PGI nurse, her daughter and brother, the Nayagaon police have registered a cross case against the nurse and her family on the counter allegations of Punjab Police ASI Diler Khan.

A case was registered against ASI Diler Khan, posted at the PAP 13 Battalion, Chandigarh, and his family members under Sections 323, 294, 506, 148 and 149 of the IPC last night. Now, a case under the same sections has been registered against PGI nurse Sushila Rohila and her family members.

The victim, Sushila Rohila (44), a resident of Shivalik Vihar, Nayagaon, is posted as a nursing officer in the PGI, Chandigarh. In her complaint, she alleged that the cop, along with his wife Shakila, two daughters and a son, thrashed her and her daughter with sticks.

Sushila stated that on Sunday night her daughter Pranjal went outside her house when the cop allegedly abused her. Later, Sushila came outside and intervened following which heated arguments took place between both families. In the meantime, the cop’s wife Shakila pulled the hairs of Sushila and pushed her down. Then, Diler, along with his family members, attacked Sushila, her daughter and brother with sticks. Sushila suffered injuries on her head and started bleeding. The victim was admitted to the PGI from where she was discharged today.

Sushila said: “They thrashed us mercilessly. They had around 4-5 sticks in their hands. The cop and his family members are threatening us for the past five years. I have also submitted a complaint against them.”

Diler, in his counter allegations, said: “The allegations levelled against my family are baseless. They had initiated the fight by blocking my way when I was going to duty. I have also submitted a complaint against them. I cannot abuse a girl as I am also a father of two girls.”

Nayagaon Station House Officer Ashok Kumar said: “We are investigating the matter. Statements of some of the victims are yet to be recorded. No arrest has been made so far.” — TNS

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