Kejri meets woman attacked by Delhi cop

New Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Tuesday appreciated the courage shown by Ramanjeet Kaur, who was hit with a brick by a head constable of the Delhi Traffic Police in central Delhi on Monday, saying the city needs citizen like her who could speak up against prevailing corrupt practices.

Kejriwal met Kaur, who was accompanied by her husband Gurdeep, at the Delhi Secretariat and also assured her good medical treatment after she complained to him about not getting a proper treatment to her injuries.

“We are proud of you. We are strongly with you and will do whatever we can. Delhi needs citizens like you, I alone can’t change the system, we all need to work together to change the corrupt practices prevailing,” Kejriwal said.

The woman and her husband complained to the CM that they were not given a copy of the FIR by the police and she had not got proper treatment.

To which, the Chief Minister told them that he would arrange the copy of the FIR and assured her proper treatment.

The Delhi CM then instructed the Health Minister Satyendra Jain to arrange for good medical treatment of the woman.

In a horrific incident of police brutality, on Monday, traffic head constable Satish Chandra was seen hitting Kaur with a brick in posh central Delhi locality and caught in a video clip.

He was later arrested and dismissed from the service as the incident triggered widespread outrage after the clip of policeman attacking the young woman with two children went viral.

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