Gurugram: According to police, a man allegedly beat a woman for honking during a traffic bottleneck in Gurugram. They claimed that the violent outburst took place at MDI chowk on Wednesday morning, media reported.

In her complaint, the woman said that the defendant pulled up in front of her car at MDI chowk after passing it, pulled her out, and slapped her repeatedly.

He additionally threatened to kill her, as per her complaint and warned that he would visit her house to beat her once again. According to the victim's allegation, she is employed by a financial services company.

The woman claimed that the man fled the area as people began to assemble, adding that she had suffered injuries to her left eye and nose and had been taken to a hospital.

At sector 18 police station on Wednesday night, an FIR was filed against the

unidentified man under sections 323 (causing harm), 506 (criminal intimidation), and 509 (insulting a woman's modesty) of the Indian Penal Code, according to the police.

According to SHO inspector Haresh Kumar, efforts are being made to identify the suspect using CCTV video.

Earlier on Thursday, seriously raising questions on the safety of women in Delhi NCR, Swati Maliwal, the head of the Delhi Commission for Women (DCW), reported an assault on her.

At roughly 3:11 a.m., in front of AIIMS gate 2, she had her hand get caught in the car's window and was dragged by the vehicle for 10-15 metres, according to Delhi police.

She was reprimanding the driver, Harish Chandra, as he reportedly catcalled her and asked her to seat in his car, when suddenly, according to the police, he pushed up the glass window and started moving the car.
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