Husband sets himself ablaze at ACP office following wife’s 498a complaint In-laws were screaming at him right inside the police station !! 

A wife files  a 498a complaint on husband. Husband is summoned  to the police station for enquiry. The harassed husband repeatedly says that he will have to commit suicide because of his wife’s complaint. Hi repeated statements about setting himself ablaze go unheeded !! His in-laws present at the police station say go and do what you want ! The man sets himself  at the police station . After this incident, while being interviewed All that the police have to say is that this is the security lapse and they will start an enquiry into it

There is absolutely no talk about, is the complaint a false complaint ? Why were the in-laws shouting at this man inside the police station? Or the in-laws I allowed to take law into their hands? Is the police enquiry supposed to be a kangaroo court in which the in-laws can scream on the man? 



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Gurgaon man sets himself ablaze in ACP’s office over FIR by wife in Gurgaon

The man, identified as Navdeep Kumar Mehta, has suffered 70 per cent burn injuries. He was first rushed to the city civil hospital here, but was later shifted to the Safdarjung Hospital. A high-level inquiry has been set up to investigate into the incident.

Ajay Kumar

Gurgaon, May 20, 2015 | 

A 33-Year-old man on Tuesday allegedly set himself on fire in the office of Gurgaon ACP where he was called in by the women’s cell following a complaint against him by his wife Kavita. The man, identified as Navdeep Kumar Mehta, has suffered 70 per cent burn injuries. He was first rushed to the city civil hospital here, but was later shifted to the Safdarjung Hospital. A high-level inquiry has been set up to investigate into the incident.

The incident took place on Tuesday afternoon at the ACP’s office on Khandsa Road. According to sources, Mehta’s repeated threats that he would set himself on fire went unheeded for several minutes. Ultimately, he executed the threat, despite presence of several police personnel.

Sources said Mehta’s wife had lodged a complaint against him under section 498A of the Indian Penal Code. It was on the basis of this complaint that the police women’s cell had called Mehta for questioning. However, no sooner Mehta arrived at the police precinct, an altercation broke out between him and his in-laws who were present there.

According to eyewitnesses, during the heated exchange Mehta threatened that he would set himself on fire. His in-laws allegedly retorted by saying that he was free to do whatever he wanted. Clearly incited by the harsh words, Mehta ran to his vehicle and doused himself with petrol. He returned to the gate of the precinct carrying a matchbox and a bottle of petrol. A scuffle broke out when someone tried to snatch the matchbox from him, which fell on the road. But Mehta managed to pick up the matchbox before setting himself on fire. He then ran inside the women’s cell office and reportedly grabbed his mother-in-law, who got injured. Mehta then collapsed on the floor of the office, sources said.

Mehta, who supplied medicines in Gurgaon, married Kavita in 2008. However, their relationship got soured in the last few years, allegedly due to constant interference of Mehta’s mother-in-law.

SHO of city police station Vishal Kumar told Mail Today that Mehta was called in to the women’s cell to ascertain his views in connection with the complaint lodged against him.

When asked how Mehta managed to attempt suicide despite police presence, Kumar said, “It was indeed a huge security lapse. The inquiry committee will investigate into the roles of the police personnel who were present at the office. Action will be taken if needed.” 

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