Delhi Police register FIRs on cross complaints
Delhi Police registered FIRs, on Thursday, based on the <g data-gr-id="23">cross complaints</g> between AAP leader Dilip Pandey and a Delhi Police head constable. On the night of July 21, Pandey had alleged that the police official tried to crush him with a police <g data-gr-id="25">van,</g> while he was briefing media outside Rajender Nagar police station in Central Delhi.
Later, the police official driving the vehicle also reported that the van had accidentally slipped into a drain. And taking advantage of the situation, he was allegedly manhandled by several AAP workers led by Pandey. The incident led to the registration of <g data-gr-id="20">cross complaints</g>.
Senior officials of the concerned range held meetings on Wednesday and Thursday evenings, cross-examining the complaints and mulling over the registration of FIRs, that finally happened on Thursday night, confirmed a senior police official.
The charges were yet to be decided by the time this report was filed.
Police sources, however, claimed that while one FIR was likely to be registered for rash driving, another was likely to be registered on charges like obstructing a public servant from doing his duty. However, both FIRs were registered against unknown persons, the senior official added.