Madhya Pradesh Man Accused Of Theft Whipped, Kicked In Groin; 2 Arrested


Madhya Pradesh Man Accused Of Theft Whipped, Kicked In Groin; 2 Arrested

The case has been filed at Rewa metropolis’s Civil Line Police Station in Transport Nagar


Yet one other barbaric assault has been reported from Madhya Pradesh – two days after a tribal man was tied to a truck and dragged on the street in Neemuch district on suspicion of being a thief.

This time a person – Mohammad Asad Khan – was brutally attacked in Rewa district by those that accused him of stealing bus batteries.

A disturbing video of the savage incident, which befell on Saturday and in full view of the general public, exhibits one of many accused whipping Asad with a belt. At one level a person stands on Asad’s chest and one other kicks him within the groin.

The police imagine 4 individuals have been concerned. Two – Danish and Kuldip – have been arrested and been charged with try to homicide. The police are looking out for the opposite two.

The case has been filed on the metropolis’s Civil Line Police Station in Transport Nagar.

This surprising incident is the newest in a wave of violent assaults.

On Thursday a 45-year-old man was tied to pick-up truck and dragged on a concrete street in Neemuch by males who suspected him of thievery.

They bodily assaulted him earlier than he was dragged to his dying.

A video of the incident, which befell at Jetiya village, was extensively circulated on social media.

(*2*) Superintendent of Police Sooraj Verma mentioned.

A day earlier than the Neemuch tragedy, Tasleem Ali, a 25-year-old bangle vendor from Indore, was the sufferer of a brutal mob assault on Sunday that was caught on digital camera.

24 hours later, although, Tasleem was the accused; he was charged with molesting a 13-year-old.

The FIR accessed by India07, nonetheless, raises severe questions in regards to the function of the police and administration. There are additionally questions over a delay in registering Tasleem’s authentic criticism.

Meanwhile, within the state’s Ujjain district, one other horrific incident was reported on Saturday – two males from Sekli village harassed a Muslim man into chanting ‘Jai Shri Ram‘.

Police have arrested the accused; RK Raj, a sub-divisional police officer from Mahidpur, mentioned: “The police will take a tough stand so a message goes out… such incidents will not be tolerated.”


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