IAF Officer, colleague beaten, Delhi Police arrest 3

24 Apr 2017 | By Mansi Motwani
Delhi at the start of the week

Delhi Police arrested a milk supplier, a hotel employee and a nightclub bouncer for assaulting an IAS Officer and his colleague in South Delhi's Tughlaqabad.

The victim, Sujay Kumar Sikandar, is a corporal posted at the Tughlaqabad's IAF station.

The incident that occurred was the outcome of road rage.

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24 Apr 2017IAF Officer, colleague beaten, Delhi Police arrest 3

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