Army jawan, who claimed to have written ‘PFI’, arrested on ‘fake complaint’ | Latest News India

The army jawan, who claimed he was attacked by unknown assailants and had ‘PFI’ written on his back, was detained on Tuesday for allegedly making a false statement about the incident. . According to the soldier, the alleged incident took place in a rubber forest in Kerala’s Kollam region.

A friend of the soldier said that Kumar did this to become famous. (ANI)
A friend of the soldier said that Kumar did this to become famous. (ANI)

“He lodged a complaint at the Kadkal police station and during investigation it was found that his complaint was false. Based on this, he was arrested today and one of his friends was also arrested,” R Prathapan Nair, Addl. SP, Kollam Rural was quoted as saying by the news agency. ANI.

According to a senior police official, as reported by the news agency. PTISepoy Shine Kumar was giving various reasons for making such false statement and they have to be verified. The soldier’s friend has also been arrested in this case and according to him the act was done because Kumar wanted to be famous.

Police have recovered green paint, brushes and tape that were allegedly used in the incident. Narrating the details of the incident, the soldier’s friend said he was asked to write ‘PFI’ on Kumar’s back and beat him.

“I was drunk, so I initially wrote DFI, but he (Kumar) asked to write PFI. So I made it PFI. Then he asked me to kill him, but I said no. Could because I was drunk,” he told the media. He was then asked to drag Kumar to the ground, which he was unable to do due to his drunken state. “So, he asked me to tape my mouth and hands and then leave. So I did,” he claimed.

The soldier, who is posted in the Indian Army’s Electronics and Mechanical Engineers (EME) Corps in Rajasthan, claimed that six men beat him up and wrote PFI on his back near his home on Sunday night while he was riding his motorcycle. Was getting back on the bike. The police had registered a complaint under the relevant provisions of the Indian Penal Code. However, no injury marks were found on the soldier’s body.

PFI commonly refers to the Popular Front of India, an organization that was banned by the central government last year.

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