A forest department employee complained that he and his friends were beaten up by bouncers at a club in a mall on MG Road here, police said.
A complaint has been lodged in this regard and the file has been sent to the SHO of Sector 29 police station, MG Road police outpost in-charge Balaram said.
In his complaint, forest department employee Dev Kumar said he and his friends went to a club in the mall on Monday night, leaving early Tuesday morning.
One of his friends had left his mobile phone inside the club, Mr Kumar said. Mr. Kumar and the rest of his team waited outside while his friend went back to retrieve the phone.
Mr. Kumar alleged that they were talking among themselves when five bouncers standing outside another club attacked them. When his friend returned with his phone and tried to intervene, he too was beaten up, Mr Kumar said.
The attack was finally stopped after the intervention of a bouncer and another club manager, Mr. Kumar said.
Mr. Kumar then dialed 112 and an emergency rescue vehicle reached the spot and took the injured to the Civil Hospital where the five were discharged after first aid. Kumar then submitted a written complaint at the MG Road police outpost.
“I lodged a complaint but the police did not register an FIR. When I contacted Sub-Inspector Balram in charge of MG Road police outpost and asked about the action, he said the file has been sent to the SHO,” said Mr Kumar.
While Sector 29 police station SHO Pawan Malik was not available for comment, Mr. Balaram said an investigation was underway and action would be taken as per law.
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