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2 arrested for assault, ripping off man's turban

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Two persons have been arrested for allegedly attacking a man and ripping off his turban in west Delhi, police said today.

Devinder Singh (30), a resident of Tilak Nagar area alleged that Rajesh Gulati and his accomplices got into a fight with his friend Satvinder, police said.



"The incident happened yesterday around 10 PM when Devinder was present at the T R Sawhney Motors showroom where he is employed with his friend. Another person, Rajesh Gulati, who was standing there got into a verbal argument with Satvinder. Gulati called two more guys," said a senior police officer.

When Devinder tried to pacify Gulati and his friends, they allegedly hit him and in the quarrel his turban was pulled off, he said.

He later approached police and a complaint was registered. Two accused, Gulati and Rahul Lamba have been arrested.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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2 arrested for assault, ripping off man's turban

Two persons have been arrested for allegedly attacking a man and ripping off his turban in west Delhi, police said today. Devinder Singh (30), a resident of Tilak Nagar area alleged that Rajesh Gulati and his accomplices got into a fight with his friend Satvinder, police said. "The incident happened yesterday around 10 PM when Devinder was present at the T R Sawhney Motors showroom where he is employed with his friend. Another person, Rajesh Gulati, who was standing there got into a verbal argument with Satvinder. Gulati called two more guys," said a senior police officer. When Devinder tried to pacify Gulati and his friends, they allegedly hit him and in the quarrel his turban was pulled off, he said. He later approached police and a complaint was registered. Two accused, Gulati and Rahul Lamba have been arrested. Two persons have been arrested for allegedly attacking a man and ripping off his turban in west Delhi, police said today.

Devinder Singh (30), a resident of Tilak Nagar area alleged that Rajesh Gulati and his accomplices got into a fight with his friend Satvinder, police said.

"The incident happened yesterday around 10 PM when Devinder was present at the T R Sawhney Motors showroom where he is employed with his friend. Another person, Rajesh Gulati, who was standing there got into a verbal argument with Satvinder. Gulati called two more guys," said a senior police officer.

When Devinder tried to pacify Gulati and his friends, they allegedly hit him and in the quarrel his turban was pulled off, he said.

He later approached police and a complaint was registered. Two accused, Gulati and Rahul Lamba have been arrested.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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2 arrested for assault, ripping off man's turban

Two persons have been arrested for allegedly attacking a man and ripping off his turban in west Delhi, police said today.

Devinder Singh (30), a resident of Tilak Nagar area alleged that Rajesh Gulati and his accomplices got into a fight with his friend Satvinder, police said.

"The incident happened yesterday around 10 PM when Devinder was present at the T R Sawhney Motors showroom where he is employed with his friend. Another person, Rajesh Gulati, who was standing there got into a verbal argument with Satvinder. Gulati called two more guys," said a senior police officer.

When Devinder tried to pacify Gulati and his friends, they allegedly hit him and in the quarrel his turban was pulled off, he said.

He later approached police and a complaint was registered. Two accused, Gulati and Rahul Lamba have been arrested.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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