Indian Policeman requests Leave saying ‘wife threatened me’

An Indian policeman in Madhya Pradesh has requested an application for leave, alleging that his wife threatened him.

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"She has threatened me of dire consequences if I skip the wedding"

An Indian policeman in Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh has filled out a unique leave application that has left his superiors astounded.

Dilip Kumar Ahirwar wrote an application on December 8, 2020, to ask for permission to attend his brother-in-law’s wedding.

The wedding has been scheduled for December 11, for which the policeman requested a 5-day leave.

Ahirwar mentioned in the application that he has been threatened with dire consequences if he does not attend the wedding.

Quoting the constable’s letter:

“Wife says that if I do not attend her brother’s marriage, the result will not be good.

“She has threatened me of dire consequences if I skip the wedding scheduled on December 11.”

The policeman has faced disciplinary action for his application.

As per the police department, small employees often try many types of tricks to seek leave but this was something distinctive.

Another incident of an Indian policeman being abused by a woman came forward on December 7, 2020.

A viral video of a 28-year-old woman, allegedly under the influence of alcohol, abusing and harassing a police officer caused outrage on social media.

Kamini, who works as an assistant director in the film industry, verbally abused traffic police personnel after they intercepted the car.

Police seized the vehicle after a breathalyser test revealed that the 27-year-old software engineer, Todla Seshu Prasad, who was driving the car, was inebriated.

The woman was booked under three sections of the Indian Penal Code for assault and using obscene language on the police personnel.

According to the police, the incident took place at Kamarajar avenue in Thiruvanmiyur at 8.30 pm on December 5, 2020.

A routine check for drinking and driving was underway and the police stopped the car the duo were travelling in.

When the man who was driving was told to blow into the breathalyser, the alcohol reading showed 209 micrograms of alcohol content, well beyond the permissible limit.

The police then seized the car and booked the driver for drinking and driving.

While the case was being registered, however, the driver’s friend Kamini can be seen in the video abusing the traffic inspector Mariappan and his team.

In three videos that were shot at the spot she loudly argues with police and uses obscenities.

She claims to be involved in Indian sitcoms and asks why the police have a problem with what she does (drinking and driving).

The man with her attempts to calm her down and tries to reason with the police.

The traffic police meanwhile warn her to cooperate with them.

The inspector, following the incident, lodged a complaint with the Thiruvanmiyur police station against the woman.

A case was registered under Sections 294(b) (obscene language), 323 (voluntarily causing hurt), and 353 (assault or criminal force to deter a public servant from discharge of his duty) of the Indian penal code.

Akanksha is a media graduate, currently pursuing a postgraduate in Journalism. Her passions include current affairs and trends, TV and films, as well as travelling. Her life motto is 'Better an oops than a what if'.