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Himachal Pradesh Police orders probe after viral video shows law enforcement officials thrashing man inner Atal Tunnel

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Shimla: A video clip purportedly showing a person being thrashed by a police constable and a few Border Roads Organisation (BRO) personnel in Rohtang’s Atal Tunnel has gone viral on social media, prompting the Himachal Pradesh Police to provoke a probe.

The incident took set on Saturday, the police stated on Sunday. In the 1.8-minute-long video, the man is considered hooked over along with his palms looped at the back of the legs to help his ears. He’s kicked in the face and slapped by the personnel.

Prima facie, one police constable and a few BRO personnel were inquisitive about this incident, Kullu Superintendent of Police Gaurav Singh stated.

A probe has been initiated in the subject. DSP Manali is heading the inquiry, he stated.

On 24 December, 10 tourists from Delhi were arrested and their vehicles impounded after they stopped contained in the tunnel and danced, main to a visitors congestion.

On 27 December, 15 extra tourists, including seven from Delhi, were arrested and two vehicles seized on or obstructing visitors contained in the tunnel.

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