CISF man held for misuse of sticker on car used to rape Delhi woman
Delhi Police arrested a CISF head constable for allegedly ‘misusing’ a Union home ministry sticker that was found on a car in which a 20-year-old woman was allegedly raped by a driver in Moti Bagh on Wednesday.
Police said when investigation into the rape case was on, an agriculture ministry official sent a complaint, accusing CISF head constable Omkar Singh of misusing the sticker entrusted to him by the ministry.
Singh had reportedly passed on the sticker to his son, Mohit Pawar — the owner of the car in which the woman was allegedly raped. Pawar used the sticker to avoid paying toll and for free parking.
Sources said Pawar had blackened the validity date on the sticker and illegally used his car as a cab.
Since the car had an MHA sticker on the windshield, it was not stopped at barricades or flagged down by traffic police.
The CISF initiated a departmental probe against Singh and said action would be taken against him. He is posted at the motor transport department of the force.
Meanwhile, the arrested driver, Avneesh aka Aman, has been sent to judicial custody.