Arrest: First arrest made for assault at snack center – Kolkata News | Kolkata News

Arrest: First arrest made for assault at snack center – Kolkata News |  Kolkata News

KOLKATA: Bidhannagar police have made their first arrest on charges of assaulting five women near a snack bar off EM Bypass a day after Diwali. The women were out on a car ride and had snacks after a Diwali gathering. They were allegedly beaten by a group of slum dwellers. Arun Majumdar (50) was arrested from his home in Dotabad after policemen spotted him in CCTV footage. “It took us some time to identify the assailants because the complainants did not name anyone in their complaint. The man was spotted in the CCTV footage and his description also matches the statements of the victims,” said a senior Bidhannagar police officer. Finding a place to relieve themselves in a dark alley Behind a popular food center near Ultadanga Bridge – Lake Town when they were attacked by a group of residents claiming that they were urinating in front of their homes. Along with the five girls, two of them were arrested and male friends and the father of one of the girls were injured. Two separate complaints were registered in this case – One was filed by girls and the other by slum residents with similar allegations of assault, harassment and theft.
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