BENGALURU: The arrest of Mohammad Nalapad Haris for his involvement in an assault on a youth at Farzi Cafe on Saturday night has now opened a can of worms.
A woman has now come forward alleging that Mohammad along with his henchmen had threatened to kill her three years ago.
The woman, identified as Poornima Das, also levelled a serious allegation against the Cubbon Park police.
She stated that they tore off her complaint against Mohammad and refused to take any action. This allegation and the recent suspension of the Cubbon Park police inspector Vjay Hadagali for dereliction of duty in Mohammad case has put the station in poor light.
Poornima told reporters that the incident took place three years ago near a hotel on MG Road during a conference organised by an NGO.
She claimed that Mohammad and his henchmen issued life threats to her when she questioned something during a conference.
“Following the incident, I went to the Cubbon Park police station to file a complaint. As the police writer was typing my complaint, the inspector received a call after which he took off the paper from the typewriter and tore off in front of me. They sent me without registering the complaint,” Poornima claimed.
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