Reported to pull over for seat beating violation, car passes over home guard on Gurgaon golf course road

A 30-year-old home guard officer delegated to the traffic police was injured after a car, which he signaled to stop, ran over him on Golf Course Road in Gurgaon, the report said. police Monday. Police say the incident happened around 4.25pm ​​on Saturday when a team of four police officers were stationed at AIT Chowk on Golf Course Road for a routine check.

In the police complaint, home guard Dinesh Kumar said a white car coming from Sector 54 towards AIT chowk was signaled to stop because the person sitting next to the driver was not wearing a seatbelt .

“An assistant sub-inspector signaled the car to pull over for verification as the occupant of the car was not wearing a seat belt, while a home guard and I signaled the driver of the car to pull over. park on the side of the road. The driver of the car slowed down but as a police officer approached the car, the driver of the car accelerated in an attempt to escape,” Kumar said in the newspaper. FIR.

He added: “The car then hit me and I fell. The car pulled away and drove recklessly and my leg was crushed under one of its front tyres.

Police said the home care supervisor suffered a broken right leg. A police officer said: ‘The home caretaker was rushed to a private hospital, where he is undergoing treatment. We got the car registration number. We will write to the regional transport authorities to find the accused. No arrests have been made so far. »

An FIR was registered against the accused under sections 308 (attempted culpable homicide), 279 (reckless driving or driving on a public highway), 338 (causing serious bodily injury by an act endangering life or personal safety of others) and 188 (disobeying order duly issued by an official) of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) at Sector 56 Police Station, police said.