N.O.I.D.A., August 22, 2022 (TBNN)
Surprizingly, one lady has been caught abusing an on-duty guard in N.O.I.D.A.’s Sector-126. The woman who is seen using the dirtiest possible language, also manhandles the guard and pushes him.
“Teri aukad kya hai. Tum logon ka L**D kaat ke muh mein khila dungi, (I will cut your private part and make you eat it)” the woman said in the video while abusing the on-duty guard. Rest of the cuss words used by the woman were so dirty that they can’t even be written. Guard, on the other hand, stays calm and relaxed for a while. However, he too loses his cool after sometime and throws away his I-card. I will not do such a job, the guard is heard saying in the video.
Netizens, shocked to see woman’s behaviour, compared the matter with high-profile Shrikant Tyagi Case, where the expelled Bhartiya Janta Party’s leader was seen abusing and manhandling a woman in similar manner.
Tyagi’s video abusing and manhandling of a woman had gone viral on social media. The higher authorities in Uttar Pradesh had taken a cognizance of the matter. Later, Tyagi was slapped with multiple charges and some of his aides and family members were briefly detained, an action that has drawn criticism and protest from members of Tyagi and Brahmin community.
“I also heard, abusive language against Bihari must take strict action, ye Bihar ka apman hai,” a twitter user wrote.
“It’s ok …..cop won’t arrest her and 2ndly bulldozer theory is for men only not for women and best part law and cop is also biased,” another user wrote in an apparent reference with Shrikant Tyagi Case.
“This is where our system goes wrong.. President RWA of this township should have registered FIR against this abusive lady straightaway however rich she must be..fault of this guard is that he is poor and for want of naukri has to listen to all this..sad,” another user wrote.
The N.O.I.D.A. Police has, however, said in a statement that a F.I.R. has been written in the case and the lady Bhavya Roy has been arrested and sent to 14-day judicial custody.
Further investigation is under way, police informed The Bharat India.