Posted By Mehul Thakkar on 22 March, 2015
Delhi Police files an FIR against a monkey
Pandav Nagar police station, in Delhi, has filed an FIR (First Information Report) against a monkey after he had become a nuisance in the area and had attacked many people from the vicinity.
A 59 year old resident of Pocket C, Mayur Vihar, Phase-II, works for a private firm and was on his way to his office on the morning of Friday, and just after he had covered a distance of 500 meters away from his house, he was attacked from behind by a monkey.
Arvind acted brave and tried to get rid of the monkey by pushing him, but the monkey seemed to be adamant, and never went behind, rather was constantly biting Arivnd, on his back.
Looking at the incident many passers-by gathered around the monkey and Arvind, and tried to save Arvind, to get him rid of the monkey by throwing stones, which resulted in monkey running away from the spot.
The Police was informed, after which the police took Arvind, in state of injury and got him admitted at Lal Bahadur Hospital.
Investigations by the police–
On further investigations by the police, it came to their notice that, it was not the first attack of such kind but there were many such attacks previously done by the monkey on the residents of Pandav Nagar.
Arvind in statement to the police officials, demanded action against the monkey and further police filed an FIR under section 324 of the IPC and is on search mission of monkey.
Section 324 in the Indian Penal Code
- Voluntarily causing hurt by dangerous weapons or means.—Whoever, except in the case provided for by section 334, voluntarily causes hurt by means of any instrument for shooting, stabbing or cutting, or any instrument which, used as weapon of offence, is likely to cause death, or by means of fire or any heated substance, or by means of any poison or any corrosive substance, or by means of any explosive substance or by means of any substance which it is deleterious to the human body to inhale, to swallow, or to receive into the blood, or by means of any animal, shall be punished with imprisonment of either description for a term which may extend to three years, or with fine, or with both.