Patna: A man has lodged a complaint with Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar against an IPS officer for allegedly threatening to frame him in a case for being an 'ISI agent' after he accused him in a human rights violation case.

Babujan Ansari, a native of Shivganj in West Champaran district, lodged the complaint with Kumar during his Janata Durbar on Monday alleging that the young IPS office abused and assaulted him at Shikarpur police station on June 27 and threatened him to frame in a case for being an ISI agent.

The complaint further alleged that the officer had abused him earlier on June 11 after he came out of the office of the State Human Rights Commission appearing before it in a case of human rights violation lodged by him against Kumar.

Ansari said he had angered the officer on April 13 when the latter stopped his motorcycle in Narkatiyaganj town and started abusing him for questioning the reason behind stopping his vehicle.

Kumar asked police officials to take necessary action in the matter. DGP Abhayanand said police would look into it.


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