COVID 19: Muslim boy fiercely beaten on doubt of spreading Coronavirus
A 22-year-old muslim man was fiercely beaten by a group in Outer North Delhi’s Bawana region on doubt of spreading coronavirus among the individuals in the village.
Earlier, a few news reports asserted that the man has been lynched to death. Nonetheless, Delhi Police has explained that the man is alive and has been kept in corona isolate centre.
The 22-year-old has been identified as Dilshad Ali alias Mehboob, an resident of Harevli town under Bawana police headquarters. “He is conceded in LNJP Hospital, Delhi, as a corona suspect. He is fine and being kept in the isolation ward. According to data, there are no infection indications till date,” said a senior police official.
He said there was talk in the town that he and a lot of different young men are intending to come back to the town to spread the infection. “It has been reputed that every one of them were wanting to infuse salaiva in foods grown from the ground ans offer them to individuals to spread infection,” said source.
The police have arrested three accused to be specific Naveen, Prashant and Promod for illegitimate restriction, beating and undermining an individual. An FIR under segment 341/323/506/34 IPC has been documented against them in Bawana police headquarters. “Examination Officer (IO) of the case had a telephonic discussion with him on Thursday morning where he expressed that he is fine,” included the police.
The video of the man being pummeled circulated around the web in internet based life. In the video, Ali was seen seeping from his leg and arguing that he had no arrangement to spread the infection. He was simply coming back to his town. Be that as it may, the aggressors mishandled him while asking him to tell the truth. “Kindly don’t hit me. It was not my plan, wo dusre log the jinka plan tha ye bimari felane ka (They were other people who were intending to spreas the infection),” the video shows Ali as saying.
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