A man was beaten up by locals in Nagpur’s Bharsingi area on suspicion of carrying beef. The incident reportedly took place on Wednesday (July 12).
Four people have been detained in connection with the case. Salim Ismail Shah, 36, was thrashed with rods and sticks by a few men said to be members of a group named – Prahar Sanghatan. The fringe group is allegedly linked to local MLA Bachchu Kadu.
“I want them to be punished,” he added.
— ANI (@ANI_news) July 13, 2017
The latest incident in Nagpur adds to the long list of such unprovoked attack on people accused of carrying beef across the country.
Taking cognisance of the incident, Maharashtra Home Minister Ranjeet Patil said assured strict action against the culprits.
“Regardless of whether it was beef or not, no one has the right to take law into their hands. We will take strict action. No one would be spared,” Patil told India Today.
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