Delhi police arrests four persons for beating up Kashmiri siblings, calling them "terrorists" The video shows one of the siblings being slumped next to a auto and being pulled by someone in the crowd, said a report by Indian Express. One of the residents, Tauqeer, said a dog had bitten an elderly citizen four months back.
Four persons were arrested on Saturday in connection with the attack on a Kashmiri family in south-east Delhi's Sunlight Colony area late on Thursday, Delhi Police said. The video shows an injured woman on the road, identified as Azra Muzaffar trying to resist attacks of women as well as of men who can be seen surrounding her holding sticks.
Last night, they were cornered by around 40 people, they allege.More news: Coroner: Detained suspect in Louisiana died of asphyxiation
"#Kashmiri youths beaten up by a group of residents with sticks in southeast #delhi".
My three sisters were sexually abused by them and when I came to rescue, they attacked me with hockey sticks fracturing my left hand. "There have been more than 50 complaints and counter complaints against the residents of Siddarth Enclave and the complainant", police said. A police case was registered following a complaint from one of the women.
The Kashmiri family has alleged that the police had been aware of the situation for a while but never took any action.More news: Elon Musk explains Falcon 9 Block 5 which carried Bangabandhu-1
The victim said that they were attacked a couple of times earlier as well and were living in fear in the locality for the last seven years.
Commissioner of Police Amulya Patnaik also informed Union Home Secretary that the attack on the family was not linked to their identity but was a "local issue" related to a feud over the feeding of stray dogs. "The incident on Thursday too was a fall out of a number of arguments that had taken place earlier", said Tauqeer. She also alleged that people didn't come to help them, but rather kept making videos.
The woman alleged "constant harassment" and mentioned that the victims have requested police protection. She also claimed that she and other residents were carrying sticks because of a dog menace.More news: Boston Dynamics SpotMini Robot Will Go On Sale In 2019
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