The Haryana authorities suspended a senior police official on Tuesday, two days after the registration of an FIR towards him after a spat with state Dwelling Minister Anil Vij’s brother.
A Haryana Dwelling Division’s order stated in the course of the interval of his suspension, Deputy Inspector Common of Police (Vigilance) Ashok Kumar will keep hooked up to the workplace of Regional Coaching Centre at Bhondsi close to Gurgaon.
The Haryana police had earlier registered an FIR towards Mr Kumar on the criticism of state house minister”s brother Kapil Vij, accusing the officer of assaulting and intimidating him.
Police had stated on Monday that Kapil Vij had gone to the Sirhind Membership at Ambala Cantonment on Sunday afternoon to attend the party of his good friend’s grandson the place Mr Kumar was additionally current.
There was an change of heated arguments between Kapil Vij and the DIG over some subject within the membership, the police sources had stated.
The matter, nevertheless, was sorted out following the intervention by some folks.
Kapil Vij, nevertheless, on Sunday filed a criticism towards Mr Kumar on the Ambala Cantt Sadar police station.
On an utility by the senior police official, an Ambala court docket of Further Periods Decide Sundeep Singh had granted him interim bail on Monday until Tuesday.
Mr Kumar’s counsel Satinder Garg stated the court docket prolonged the bail until the following listening to of the case on February 16 and directed the DIG to hitch the police investigation at any time when required.
As per the FIR, Kapil Vij alleged that the particular person, about whom he later got here to know that he was a DIG, accosted him and hurled filthy abuses at him and his members of the family once they have been about to have their lunches, with none provocation.
Kapil Vij stated whereas transferring away, the senior police officer even threatened him with dire penalties and stated he was a DIG and no person might hurt him.
A case was registered towards the DIG beneath sections 323 (punishment for voluntarily inflicting damage), 506 (punishment for felony intimidation) and 294 (doing obscene acts) of the Indian Penal Code.