Vasundhara: Police book persons for creating prolonged ruckus at Olive County
Ghaziabad police has booked around 25 persons for creating ruckus for 6 hours at the Olive County society in Vasundhara. These people were booked for blocking the gates of the society and restricting the domestic helps from doing their service at the society.
The booked persons included the family members of an 18-year-old female domestic help who fell from 14th floor of the building and died on May 11.
As the situation went out of hands with residents being restricted to take entry and exit from the society, the Apartment Owners Association (AOA) filed a complaint with police. Following which, the arrests of these persons happened.
The ruckus was of such magnitude that they also tried to break the glasses of the vehicles parked inside the society. The protesters were demanding action against the employer of the domestic help who died earlier.
A resident on condition of anonymity said, “As the domestic helps did not turn up on Tuesday and Wednesday, there was inconvenience caused to the residents. But, now after the incident, we feel that somehow it was better as they have become a threat.”
The SHO of Indirapuram police station, Sandeep Kumar Singh said police have lodged FIRs under the section of 147 (Punishment for rioting), 341 (Punishment for wrongful restraint), 332 (Voluntarily causing hurt to deter public servant from his duty) and 427 (Mischief causing damage to the amount of fifty rupees).