Hyderabad: The police have taken cognizance of an instance of ‘obscene dance’ at a DJ party organised on a road in Rein Bazaar early Wednesday. They are likely to file a case against those responsible after seeking legal opinion on the matter.
According to the police, the party was organised by one Syed Arif, a businessman, on the occasion of his son’s birthday.
The police, during night patrol, spotted a huge crowd near Manju Miya Ka Tabela in Rein Bazaar. Upon closer inspection, they heard a Hindi song being played loudly and two scantily-clad women dancing in the centre.
The police said that they recorded a video of the incident and stopped the party, but the dancers fled and escaped their custody.
N. Ranjith Kumar Goud, inspector of Rein Bazaar police station, said, "We have collected videos of the obscene dancers. After taking a legal opinion, Arif will be booked for organising obscene dance, besides causing noise pollution and public nuisance."
However, locals said that the organisers convinced the police to leave the spot and resumed the party, along with the dancers. They said that they were afraid of lodging a complaint against Arif as he is an influential person.
"We had no option but to bolt our doors and windows, and stay awake until the party ended," Ruksana Begum, a resident, said.
"It was an embarrassing moment as kids, teenagers and women could see the dance that was performed in full public view," she said.