That all depends on the power of the Union and the authority of the commissioner. If anyone obstructs a public officer on duty, it is a criminal offense and an employee can not make individual fights but has to involve the organization and such unions. (Now these shows are normal publicly they scold employees and treat them like dogs and they go the employees' residence and offer private apology stating some excuses for provocation)
A corporator scolds the officer in front of public for the mistake in work, is it right to law what corporator did?
1. Nothing surprising in the routine query. Irrespective of his own mistakes or deliriction of duty, Public Servant /Govt. Officer, can file Police FIR against corporator.
2. Corporator can scold /beat /restrain any Public Servant /Govt. Officer, PROVIDED corporator is willing to undertake Three years of Free Lodging & Boarding in a State Prison, for offences of "intimidation, threatening, restraining /etc.... " and further to get disqualified as Corporator.