Noida Police examines CCTV footage in Oppo case

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Noida, March 29 (IANS) Police here on Wednesday examined CCTV footage of Chinese mobile phone company Oppo, amidst allegations against a Chinese official of tearing the national flag and throwing it into a dustbin.

“The police are in the process of collecting evidence against the Chinese officer, Suhahu, who is accused of tearing a poster with a picture of the Indian flag and throwing it in a dustbin. The CCTV footage of production house and company is being examined to establish evidence against him,” Superintendent of Police (City) Dinesh Yadav told IANS.

“Suhahu, who is a production manager in the company, is in India now and if needed, will be called to join the investigation within a couple of days,” Yadav said.

Protests started outside the company’s office on Monday evening after Suhahu allegedly tore a poster with a picture of the Indian national flag which was pasted on a wall of the company’s Noida Sector 63 office.

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The flag was put up on the wall on January 26, when the company celebrated Republic Day.

Hundreds of workers on Tuesday assembled and protested outside the company office against the company management for disrespecting the national flag, demanding suspension and strict police action against Suhahu. The area was cleared after senior officers of the district administration intervened.

Police registered a case for showing disrespect to the national flag, based on a complaint filed by the company employees against Suhahu.

Yadav said the employees of the company were already sore over their grievances not being addressed by the executives, such as defaulting on overtime payment, violation of labour laws, security and other issues.

Senior officials, including Yadav, District Magistrate N.P. Singh as well as the Labour Commissioner held a meeting with the Oppo executives.

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It was decided that the company would constitute a committee to probe the matter and address the demands of the employees.



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