Two people were assaulted by bar staff after a dispute over a bill in Sector 29 of Gurugram.

Police on Monday registered a case against at least eight employees of a bar in Sector 29 for allegedly assaulting two guests over a billing dispute over spilled drinks.

An FIR under sections 148 (rioting), 149 (unlawful assembly), 323 (voluntarily causing hurt) and 506 (criminal intimidation) of the Indian Penal Code was registered at the DLF police station on Sunday. (Representative image)

The incident took place around 1 am on Sunday morning. The victim, Sameer Singh Vij (35), a resident of Sector 28, and his friend Priya Singh reached there at 11.30 pm on Saturday.

Vij has alleged in his complaint that 8-10 bar employees suddenly attacked him and punched and kicked him even after he fell to the ground.

“I have completely lost sight in my left eye and can’t hear anything in my left ear. My right eye was bleeding and my jaw is broken,” he said in his complaint, without specifying the cause of the incident. Accused.

Vij also alleged that he and his friend were dragged up the stairs and had their phones taken away by the suspects who assaulted them.

Investigators said Vij was brought to the DLF police station in Sector 29 and later taken to the Government Hospital in Sector 10A for treatment.

Inspector Amit Sharma of Station House Office of DLF Police Station said that two employees of the bar have been arrested in this case.

Someone at the bar threw drinks on Vij’s table, after which a brawl ensued. The staff did not include these drinks in the bill but nevertheless there was an argument over the payment and Vij was assaulted,” he said.

Barr’s business partner Ramit Arora said it was a dispute between two groups and he had no role in it. “Both parties arrived at our bar on Saturday night. The complainant was with at least six other people, including two women. We had no clue about the issue they were fighting about, “They said.

On Vij’s complaint, an FIR was registered at the DLF police station on Sunday under sections 148 (rioting), 149 (unlawful assembly), 323 (voluntarily causing hurt) and 506 (criminal intimidation) of the Indian Penal Code. went

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