Delhi police officer’s son seen beating woman in viral video arrested

Bessie Dean
September 16, 2018

It was released by a woman, not the person seen in the video, who is said to have been close once to Rohit Tomar, they said, adding that she had complained to the police alleging that they had broken up, but he continued to harass her.

Tomar allegedly threatened her with the same kind of treatment if she did not follow her instructions.

"I have taken note of a video where a youth has been seen severely beating a woman". In fact, Tomar's fiancee approached cops after seeing the video.

A police investigation is underway into allegations against Rohit Kumar Tomar, arrested on Friday after disturbing images of him beating up the woman in an office space on September 2 emerged.

Another complaint was received from a woman alleging that her male friend, Tomar, showed the video to her- in which he was seen assaulting the woman - and threatened her that she will meet the same consequences if she did not listen to him, said a senior police officer. Reportedly, the girl had broken off with the accused some three months back and he has been harassing her ever since.

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His friend who was filming the assault can be heard saying: "Rohit, stop it..." Meanwhile, Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh said he saw the video and has asked for immediate action.

The police said they had detained Rohit Tomar, and later released him on a personal bond.

The Delhi man seen slapping and kicking a woman after knocking her to the ground in a video that has gone viral on social media.

The DCW said further details regarding the steps taken by the Delhi Police to ensure security for the victim and her family, reasons for "non-inclusion of appropriate Sections under the Indian Penal Code, reasons for not arresting the accused (earlier) and any other relevant information has been sought", it said.

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