The police have filed a case against 15 people, including one Khet Singh, who is the main suspect in the case
In Rajasthan's Barmer, a group of at least 15 men allegedly attacked a Dalit father and his kid, shouting casteist remarks and forcing them to drink urine. It appears to be a case of old hatred, according to the police.
Raichand Meghwal and his son Ramesh were buying groceries at a grocery store in Gohad Ka Tala village, Bijrad police station, Barmer, according to the police FIR. They were suddenly ambushed by at least 15 men, who made Raichand drink urine. According to the police, they also humiliated the two by using caste slurs.
Raichand was hit in the head and lost a tooth, while Ramesh fractured his leg and had his hand injured. They were taken to Chauhatan for primary medical care before being sent to Barmer's Government Medical College for additional treatment.
The police have filed a case against 15 people, including one Khet Singh, who is the main suspect in the case, based on the father-son duo's accusation. It appears to be a case of old hatred, according to the police.
The suspects are on the run, according to the police, who added that the investigation into the matter has commenced.
Source:- India Today
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