New Delhi, June 25: Security guards at a high-rise in Ghaziabad, located next to the national capital, were thrashed by 7-8 stick-wielding men leaving them with severe injuries. The dispute, according to reports, erupted over "car parking". The incident has been caught on CCTV, based on which the Ghaziabad police has initiate probe.
The incident was reported on Sunday night, when a person identified as Omveer Singh arrived at the Proview Laboni high rise in Crossings Republik in Ghaziabad to meet a resident. Sunita Chaudhary, Delhi's 1st Woman Auto Rickshaw Driver, Robbed of Rs 30,000 in Ghaziabad by Another Auto Driver
Singh got into an argument after the guards did not allow him to park his vehicle inside.
Hours later, 7-8 unidentified men, who are allegedly linked to Singh, rushed to the high-rise and attacked the security guards. On seeing them with weapons, some of the guards rushed to the security room to call for backup.
The miscreants, however, reportedly broke into the security room and vandalised the computers and other equipments.
Watch Video of the Incident:
Is following rules too big a price for better security? This man's inflated ego made him brutally assault a security guard who merely asked him to park his vehicle at a spot designated for visitors at a housing society in Crossing Republic in # Ghaziabad. pic.twitter.com/I21z4x677v
— Saurabh Trivedi (@saurabh3vedi) June 25, 2019
The Ghaziabad police on Monday registered an FIR against the accused. The CCTV footage is being examined to further investigate the case. However, no arrests have been made so far.