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Water Bottle: Youths Beat Up Staff Of Cafe At C-scheme Over Water Bottle |

Jaipur: An FIR has been registered against four youths, residents of Baraiya Bhawan in Jaipur, for assaulting a staffer and vandalising the premises of a cafe in the city’s C-scheme area on the night of September 15. After reviewing CCTV footage, police have started a search for the four accused.
The incident took place when one of the accused youths asked for a water bottle at the cafe and refused to pay for it. CCTV footage showed that they entered the cafe and assaulted the staffer. They also vandalized the cafe and pulled down its counter. The entire incident was captured on CCTV cameras installed in the cafe.
A police officer stated that Dinesh Kumar Sharma, a resident of Bagruwalo Ka Rasta (Chandpol Bazar), filed a complaint stating that his son, Akshay, owns a cafe named TPC on Jamuna Lal Bajaj Marg in C-Scheme. The cafe offers dine-in services during the day and take-away services at night.
“On the night of September 15, at around 2:45am, four boys arrived in a Thar jeep. When they were informed that the cafe was closed, they started requesting for a water bottle. Cafe employee Pramod went to provide a water bottle but when he asked for payment, the boys in the car began to argue with him. After Pramod was attacked, he rushed inside the cafe. All four boys exited the Thar car, entered the cafe, and assaulted the staff, even tearing his clothes,” the complaint stated.
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