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Mob of 50 people beat up Ex IPS officer and son in Patna


Daijiworld Media Network - Patna (SR)
 
Patna, Aug 14: In an horrific incident, a mob of 50 people beat up a retired IPS officer and his son in Patna on Tuesday.
 
As reported in ANI, the retired officers wife told the publication ''a man on bike rammed our car. It was parked on the roadside we were sitting inside. When my son and husband got out of the car to talk to the boy, he started creating a ruckus." 
 
 
"Later he called at least 40 to 50 boys. They told us that they were not afraid of the police. Later, a fight broke out between the boys and my husband and son following. They were both beaten up. Our car was vandalised," she added.

She said that no police officer came for their help. "When we approached the police, they told us that the place where the incident took place didn't come under their jurisdiction. I have the video clip of the incident, pictures of the accused person and the number of the bike,'' she added, as reported in ANI. 

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  • Rita, Germany

    Thu, Aug 15 2019

    It is only a beginning.wait for some time.where it will end.hard times ahead..We have lost almost our peace.

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  • Indian, India

    Thu, Aug 15 2019

    No value for videos, today pehlu khan’s murderers also got acquited.. but if boys are from minorities, then only you will get justice..

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  • SmR, Karkala

    Wed, Aug 14 2019

    The Supreme Court issued notices to the Centre, National Human Rights Commission and state governments on a plea seeking implementation of the apex court’s 2018 guidelines to prevent incidents of mob lynching. But this is the same Court had turned down the plea on July 5 and said it would come up for hearing in the regular course of proceedings in the court.

    On July 17, 2018, the Supreme Court had decried cases of lynching and cow vigilantism and said mobocracy cannot be allowed in society. “No citizen can take law into his hands nor become law unto himself,” the judges had said. It had also proposed a set of preventive, remedial and punitive measures to curb instances of lynching.

    But PM Modi's India seems to be 'Incredible India' now became 'Lynchistan' beating America were Lynching once become widespread.

    While BJP's Minister garlands lynching accused and Rajasthan High Court gives clean chit 'Phelu Khan' murders who has confessed the crime on the video, Skill India has now become murder state.

    It is not only cow traders, IAS, retd. army officers, Singer, artist everyone has now lived in danger just on suspicion of child lifter or cow traffickers.

    There won't be any law unless one of the top BJP MP or MLA's or his immediate family member is beaten death.

    Imagine the case of BJP MLA CT Ravi Cofee driving that killed two people including the sole breadwinner of the family happens in Bihar?

    Jai Hind

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  • El En Tea, Mumbai

    Wed, Aug 14 2019

    Look like all pre planned
    Mob of 50 given permission to take law in hand and beat elderly IPS officer
    India Bharat where we are downing to

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