Delhi cop’s son booked as his video thrashing woman goes viral

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The woman in the video was identified when another young woman, claiming to be Tomar's former fiancée, complained to the police she had also been molested by the man and when she had threatened to file a complaint against him, he intimidated her by showing her the video of the first victim. The youth has been charged with rape according to ANI.

The woman approached the police again on Thursday, alleging that she had been molested, and the accused was intimidating her by showing a video of a woman being beaten by him. However since the provision was bailable, he was later released. Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh took cognizance of the video and immediately launched a probe into the matter by calling the Delhi Police Commissioner and asking him to take relevant action.

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When Tomar allegedly threatened her again, the woman again approached the police.

The accused was employed with a call centre till last month and is now unemployed.

The woman filed the complaint after Tomar sent her a video 15 days ago that showed him assaulting a woman.

The video that has gone viral on the internet shows Rohit dragging the woman by her hair, throwing her onto the ground, kicking her, slapping her and using his knees and elbows.

But no one comes to the woman's help according to the reports, the incident occurred on September 2 in a private office in Delhi's Uttam Nagar.

The person who recorded the video was Ali, a friend and classmate of Rohit's, who works at this call centre.

The home minister's order came after the video went viral since on social media. On Friday, Singh took to Twitter to inform that he had taken the cognisance of the case and ordered the Delhi Police to act.

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