Three Prime Suspects in Rajiv Chowk Metro Porn Video Case

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Three unidentified men, possibly commuters, have emerged as prime suspects in the porn video incident at Rajiv Chowk Metro Station, an internal probe by Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) has found.

The probe report has been submitted to the police, a DMRC spokesperson said.

Police is trying to identify the suspects seen in the CCTV footage, the official said.

Another official, speaking on the condition of anonymity, said police was scanning footages of CCTVs installed at the entrances of the metro stations as well as those captured by the platform cameras to identify the suspects.

The pornographic video clip was played on one of the screens of a giant video wall, a grid of 12 LED screens, at Rajiv Chowk, a major interchange station, on 9 April.

A video of the incident, recorded and shared by passengers who were present at the spot, had gone viral soon after, leaving the metro authorities embarrassed. A probe was launched on April 15.

Delhi Police officialWe have received the footage from the DMRC and it is being examined. In the footage, some suspects are visible but the Metro authorities haven’t pinpointed any particular person. We will be speaking to them in detail and try to get more details.

Rajiv Chowk Metro Station, located at Connaught Place in central Delhi, falls on the busy intersection of Blue Line and Yellow Line of the metro network, and receives heavy footfall daily.