Girl in New Roshanpura had locked herself in a washroom & cut her hand-nerve
New Delhi, Dec. 12 (Delhi Crown): Life of a young girl living in Najafgarh’s New Roshanpura area could be saved with timely action by a cop from the Najafgarh Police Station, Dwarka DCP Shankar Choudhary told www.thedelhicrown.com on Sunday.
According to the DCP, the 21-year old girl (name kept secret) had locked herself inside a washroom and cut her hand nerve on Saturday. Despite repeated requests from her family-members she refused to open the washroom door.
“On Dec 11 at 9.51 am, a PCR call was received at Najafgarh Police Station that granddaughter of the caller has not come out from the bathroom since 7.00 am, and not given any answer,” said the Dwarka DCP in a statement.
On receiving the PCR call, Constable Amit was immediately directed to reach the spot, in K-block of New Roshanpura.
DCP Choudhary further stated – “The cop reached the spot and without any delay broke the gate of the bathroom. The victim girl had cut her nerve and blood was oozing out. Constable Amit shifted the injured to a local hospital.”
The doctor who attended the injured girl said that had there was some more delay, the injured could not have survived.