The incident took place around 11.15 pm when a five-member police team was deployed at one of the barricades at Ambedkar Chowk in Sohna. Police said some foreign nationals pushed the police personnel and helped the accused escape.
A man allegedly rammed his car into barricades and sped away, injuring a head constable and a home guard officer, during a drive to check drink-driving violations in Gurgaon on Thursday night. . Police said some foreign nationals pushed the police personnel and helped the accused escape.
According to the police, the incident took place around 11.15 pm when a five-member police team was stationed at one of the barricades at Ambedkar Chowk in Sohna. A case has been registered on the complaint of the assistant sub-inspector posted on the spot.
Police said that a speeding car coming from the side of the bus stand was signaled to stop at the barricades. Two men and four women were sitting in the car. The driver could not produce the Registration Certificate (RC) of the car and his driving license. A picture of the RC found on his phone shows that the car was registered in the name of a Delhi resident and the registration had expired earlier this year. Since the driver could not produce the relevant documents, a challan was issued and the driver was asked to hand over the keys of the car, but suddenly he and his associate fled,” said ASI Naresh in the FIR.
Police said they called in a hydra crane to impound the car and tow it to the police station. “As the car was being pulled over, the accused car driver and four-five foreign nationals returned to the spot on two motorcycles and started abusing the police personnel. They manhandled and shoved police officers. One of them used the car keys, got behind the wheel and rammed into the barricades and fled,” the FIR stated.
Home guard officer Ravinder and head constable Joginder sustained injuries when barricades erected by the police at the junction collapsed, police said.
A police officer said, “A case has been registered and investigation has been started. The main accused is a resident of Sohna. Preliminary investigation has found that some Nigerian nationals helped the accused to escape. Efforts are on to identify and arrest the accused.”
Sections 147 (rioting), 149 (unlawful assembly), 186 (obstructing public servant in discharge of public functions), 332 (voluntarily to distract public servant from his duty) of Indian Penal Code (IPC) against the accused An FIR was registered under IPC (causing hurt). ) and 353 (assault or criminal force to deter public servant from discharge of his duty) at City Sohna police station.