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Tis Hazari clash: Fresh CCTV footage shows Lawyers chasing, harassing woman DCP

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New Delhi, Nov 08: A fresh CCTV video that emerged on social media from the violent clash that took place at the Tis Hazari Court on November 2, shows woman Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCP) Monika Bhardwaj allegedly being harassed.

Tis Hazari clash: Fresh CCTV footage shows Lawyers chasing, harassing woman DCP

In the video, lawyers are seen purportedly harassing DCP Monika Bharadwaj. She can be seen running, with a few lawyers trying to catch hold of her while some policemen try to shield her. She was roughed up and was escorted by some men who helped her manage to escape the scuffle.

According to reports, 9mm pistol also went missing after the clash and an FIR has been registered in the case.

Several videos and CCTV footages have been surfaced from the court complex and nearby areas that showed the violence.

Besides the video, a five-minute audiotape of a policeman, who was seriously injured in Saturday's violent clashes at Tis Hazari court, had earlier disclosed that Monika Bhardwaj, present on the spot was allegedly abused and roughed up by the lawyers and a desperate attempt was made to snatch away her PSO's service revolver.

Meanwhile on Thursday, three senior Delhi Police officers, including two IPS officers, were transferred following a directive the Delhi High Court.

A parking dispute between an on-duty policeman and a lawyer had triggered the clash, leaving 20 police personnel and several advocates wounded on November 2.

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