Private firm employee booked for threatening and abusing security personnel accusing them of disrespecting National Flag and creating ruckus at restricted CRPF campus

Pramesh S Jain

The Yelahanka New Town police on Saturday booked a private firm employee creating ruckus at the restricted CRPF campus on Doddaballapura main road,and threatened and abused the security personnel accusing them of disrespecting national flag.

The accused identified as Ajay CB drove into the camp after forcing through the main gate and started hurling abuses at the security personnel for not taking down the national flag at night time.

Mahadevagowda,a security personnel who was on duty tried to reason with him that the national flag hoisted permanently in accordance with the special provision, but Ajay was in no mood to listen.

He hurled abuses at the security personnel calling them Anti-Nationals and behaved hysterical and rammed his car into the main gate demanding that the higher officials should come to the spot.

When Assistant Commandant,Vikas Kiran reached the spot hearing the commotion,the accused even hurled abuses at him.

Taking a strong objections,the officials called the control room and reported the incident.The police reached the spot and brought him to the station where a the CRPF personnel filed a case of criminal intimidation and trespass against him.

Ajay also filed a complaint a counter complaint with the police alleging that the defence personnel have disrespected the national flag.

Inquiries revealed that Ajay,a resident of RT Nagar had visited the area to meet his friends and upon returning he noticed the flag hoisted at around 10.30 pm.

He claimed that he had seen the flag hoisted day and night and the defence personnel have disrespected the national tri-color.

However the defence personnel submitted a documentary evidence and gave it in writing that the tri- color can be hoisted round the clock at government structures permanently under special provisions.

The police have gathered the CCTV footage to probe the matter for further action.