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Drunk Iranian girls assault, bite police in Bangalore

Posted by jagoindia on February 19, 2010


Drunken Iranian girls bite and beat up policemen
Aravind Gowda 
Bangalore, February 19, 2010 

The prospect of 60 lashings appears to have had a sobering effect on two sloshed Iranian women students who allegedly assaulted policemen conducting routine checks on Wednesday night.

This is the stiff punishment for drinking that awaits them back home if they are deported. Consequently, they were believed to be pleading for mercy a day after their drunken display of rage.

The two foreign nationals were produced before a local court on Thursday evening. The government may deport the women to Iran if they are found guilty of any of the multiple cases registered against them by the Bangalore police.

The Iranians in the dock – Azhar Fazile and Fathima Muhmad – are both in their late 20s and study in separate private colleges in the city. On Wednesday, the women were travelling in a car when they were flagged down by the Commercial Street police near M. G. Road around 1 a.m.

Both girls were drinking beer and wine in the car, the police said. They were also found to be in possession of several liquor bottles. This was not all. Neither of them had a valid driving licence. The car’s registration papers were also not available.

According to the police, Fathima — who was at the wheel — was subjected to an alcometer test. Her alcohol consumption level was detected to be 59 per cent above permissible limits, the police said, adding that they then tried to take possession of the women’s car.

“That’s when Fathima and Azhar started throwing a violent tantrum. They hurled abuses and dared the policemen to arrest them. One of them even bit sub-inspector Rao Ganesh Janardhan when he tried to get them out of the car,” Commercial Street assistant commissioner of police Ashok Kumar said.

“When I managed to pull Fathima out of the car, she started hitting me again with a tool. Then she fled,” Janardhan, who sustained a minor fracture on the forearm, said.

But Fathima returned soon and smashed her own car’s windscreen with a stone, said the police. The two were somehow overpowered with the help of bystanders and taken to the police station.

When the crew of a Kannada TV channel turned up at the police station, Fathima rushed towards the cameraman and smashed his equipment, a police officer said. She had to be pinned to the ground for a few minutes.

After some time both girls came to their senses, he added.

The police have arrested the women and registered multiple cases against them. “We have impounded their passports. Both are in India on student visas. Such behaviour can be ruinous for their academic career,” deputy commissioner of police Chandrashekhar said.

The police have informed the Iranian Consulate in Hyderabad about the incident. “Both girls have realised their mistake. They are pleading for mercy,” said Kumar.

The city police have issued a stern warning to all foreign students in the city. Bangalore is a popular destination for students from Iran, Lebanon, Bahrain and several east African countries.

2 Responses to “Drunk Iranian girls assault, bite police in Bangalore”

  1. #Alertpak# said

    Iranian Islamists (Don’t think only drunken ladies)came to India, Pakistani Terrorist reached South Korea.

    Follow :

    Pakistani Terrorism now reached South Korea to glorify Islam.
    By alertpak

    [see pic. in]
    A purported Taliban spokesman has warned that South Koreans “should be prepared for the consequence of their action which they will certainly face”, accusing Seoul of breaking a promise not to send troops back to Afghanistan. – AP (File Photo)

    South Korean police arrest alleged Taliban

    Fri, 19 Feb, 2010 | Rabi-ul-Awwal 4, 1431

    SEOUL: South Korean police said Friday they had arrested a Pakistani man who claimed to be member of the Taliban on charges of using a fake passport.

    The 31-year-old, who said he was a Muslim cleric, was detained Thursday at his home in the southeastern city of Daegu, where he lives with his family, they said.

    “He allegedly told friends that he was a Taliban member but his claims have yet to be verified,” an investigator told AFP on condition of anonymity.

    The man had used the passport of another Pakistani to come into or leave South Korea 17 times since August 2003, the investigator said.

    Yonhap news agency said the man told police he was asked by Taliban leaders to collect information about US military bases in South Korea. Some 28,500 US troops are stationed in the country.

    South Korea plans to send 350 troops and 140 reconstruction workers to Afghanistan later this year.

    A purported Taliban spokesman has warned that South Koreans “should be prepared for the consequence of their action which they will certainly face”, accusing Seoul of breaking a promise not to send troops back to Afghanistan.

    South Korea, a close US ally, sent 210 engineering and medical troops to Afghanistan in 2002. It withdrew them in late 2007 after Taliban insurgents took 23 South Korean church volunteers hostage and murdered two of them.

    Seoul said the withdrawal was already planned and not part of any deal.

    Courtesy : DawnNews/AP/Others.

  2. Raks said

    The reality is that the local Kannada crowd assaulted the girls, when they saw them quarreling with their police. The crowd then pelted stones and smashed the car of the girls. This is the true story.

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