Boy hung upside down beaten by mob

Photo: The Siasat

Hindutva Mob Thrashes Muslim Youth In Jharkhand, Video Goes Viral

Muslim youth named Sajid was beaten by Hindutva mob in Jharkhand, on December 23.  Sajid was alleged of having an affair with a Hindu girl, following which the mob hung him upside-down and thrashed him badly. A video in which the mob was beating Sajid and he was pleading mercy, went viral on Twitter. Notably, the incident happened a day after the Jharkhand Government approved anti-lynching law, protecting people. 

Thu, 23 Dec 2021 - 05:45 PM / by Varsha Joshi

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