Gujarat: Police Brutally Thrash Receptionist After Hotel Owner Refuses To Bribe

A shocking incident of police brutality and corruption involving the police beating up a hotel receptionist has come to light from Gujarat’s Valsad.

A hotel receptionist, Yogesh Patel, has alleged that the police framed and beat him after his hotel owner refused to bribe them.

According to Yogesh, two outside parties got into a fight in a hotel on Dharampur Road in Valsad, Gujarat, which prompted him to call the police, who then intervened and calmed the situation for both groups

Accusing the police of letting go of both groups after accepting money, hotel receptionist Yogesh claimed that the officers, including Sub Inspector (SI) Rathore, demanded money from the hotel’s owner.

When the hotel owner refused to pay the money, the hotel receptionist was grabbed up and brutally beaten, after which his hand was fractured. Yogesh is currently being treated in a hospital and is demanding justice.

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