Woman SI accuses judge of ‘verbal misbehaviour’

New Delhi: A woman sub-inspector filed a police complaint against an additional sessions judge of Tis Hazari Court today accusing him of “verbally misbehaving” with her, police said today.

The SI, who is posted in West district, in a written complaint has alleged that the judge called her “corrupt” and “threatened to call her DCP and other senior officers” after a victim in a case failed to appear before the court, they said.

She has claimed that she fainted after the judge “scolded” her and was taken to Aruna Asaf Ali Hospital from where she made a PCR call around noon.

She has submitted a medical certificate with the complaint which states that she suffered from “chest pain” and “vomiting” because of the “verbal misbehaviour”, police said.

“We have received a complaint and an inquiry has been initiated in the matter,” said DCP(North) Madhur Verma.

No FIR has been registered in the case as of now, he said.