Muslim man has been assaulted
On Wednesday, a 45-year-old Muslim man from Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh, was paraded down a street, assaulted, and forced to scream "Jai Shri Ram" slogans. Finally, he was handed over to the cops. Locals captured disturbing footage of the incident, which shows the victim's little daughter clinging to him and imploring the attackers to spare him. The clip also shows the guy being struck by a police officer while in custody.
The event occurred 500 metres from an intersection where the right-wing Bajrang Dal held a rally, claiming that Muslims in the area were attempting to convert a Hindu woman from their neighbourhood. The attack happened shortly after the meeting, according to reports.The Kanpur police said in a press release that they've filed a rioting case against a neighbour who operates a wedding band, his son, and around ten other people, based on a complaint from the assaulted guy.
The authorities have not stated whether the lads named in the case are members of the organisation.“Around 3 p.m., while driving my e-rickshaw, the accused began abusing and attacking me, threatening to kill me and my family. In his criticism, the guy, who is an e-rickshaw driver, stated, "I was saved thanks of the cops." He has not yet talked to the media.The man is a cousin of a Muslim family in the neighbourhood who is involved in a legal fight with their Hindu neighbours.
According to the Kanpur police statement, the two families filed cases against each other at the local police station in July.The Muslim side was the first to submit an assault and legal intimidation complaint. The Hindu group then filed a lawsuit, alleging "violence with the intent to offend a woman's modesty."According to sources, the Bajrang Dal has recently become involved in the situation and has been levelling claims of forcible conversion against the Muslim family.“A video of a man being abused has been shown to us. We have filed a FIR based on the victim's complaint and are proceeding with the legal process,” Raveena Tyagi, a senior police official in Kanpur, said in a brief statement.
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