Videos showing a fight between two groups of residents at Hyde Park, a housing society in Noida’s Sector 78, have gone viral, along with allegations that some politically connected people flashed a dagger too. This is the second such incident at this society in a month, and yet again the resident body elections are said to be the reason.
In one of the two latest videos claimed to be from Thursday night, some residents are seen abusing and aggressively asking some people in a car to get out. They can be heard saying that the car’s occupants are drunk.
The other video shows people charging at each other, getting into fistfights and running after each other — all this while cursing each other in Hindi. Those in the fistfights are mostly men, while some women are seen abusing and shouting at one of the groups.
More details are awaited from the police, though news reports said the fight was over elections to the society’s Apartment Owners’ Association (AOA).
Hindi news portal Amar Ujala reported that the area police head reached the society with a team and brought the situation under control. One of the groups accused the other side of misbehaving with women, said the report, quoting police officer Sharad Kant as saying that some of those involved were “in an inebriated state”.
Last month, too, a row between two groups of residents at this complex turned into into
That fight, too, began over the elections and, within moments, escalated after security guards were accused of manipulating the voting to help one of the groups. The brawl ended when the police arrived.
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