A 17-year-old girl allegedly committed suicide in west Delhi's Tilak Vihar.police.post since she was afraid of her family members who were against her friendship with a 21-year-old man, a police official said today.
The family was allegedly unhappy about her relationship with a person in the neighbourhood, he said.
The police decided to send her to Nari Niketan and a woman constable was called.
Meanwhile, a relative of girl's male friend came and alleged that he had been thrashed. Around 30 people who were present there again started quarrelling among themselves while the police personnel tried to pacify them, the official said.
"In the suicide matter, sub-inspector Parvesh Kaushik, in-charge of the Tilak Vihar outpost and woman constable Manmohan Kaur are sent to district line," said Vijay Kumar, Deputy Commissioner of Police (West).
Assistant sub-inspector Sushil Kumar, who was the investigating officer, and duty writer head constable K Badhoriya have been suspended, he added.
"All failed to perform their duties properly due to which the girl found a chance and committed suicide," the DCP added.
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