Maharashtra: student accused, police beat teeth eyesight gone

Mumbai: Nowadays the increasing cases of crime are surprising everyone. In such a case, the case that has come up recently is from Vasai village. In this case, it is being told that a 25-year-old student has made a big charge against the local Vasai village police station. Yes, the student has said that "One of his teeth broke due to the beating of the police and half the light of his right eye has gone." In this case, the victim student has called his name Gaurav Koli. According to reports, he spoke to a website.

In this conversation, he said that 'On Christmas day, he was caught by the Vasai village police station driving a car. He admitted that the speed of the car was more than the prescribed limit and he did not wear a seat belt.' Apart from this, he said- 'I accepted my mistake and offered to pay the fine as per the rules, but the police personnel present there asked for a bribe, which I refused to give. After this, they started arguing and one of them gave a strong punch to my mouth, which broke a tooth and wound in the right eye. There was also CCTV at the scene.' Gaurav says, after this, the police took him for medical examination to check the amount of alcohol in the blood, but the report was not told to me. Although I did not drink alcohol.

Further, Gaurav also said, 'If I had done my investigation separately, the doctor said that light could be affected due to eye injury. Now I will soon report to the senior officials about the incident. At the same time, about the matter, Zone 3's DCP Sanjay Patil has said that 'Since he does not have the details of the incident, he cannot say anything.'

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