A case of mob lynching has been reported in Haravali village of Bawana in the country’s capital, Delhi, amid coronavirus threat. About a month and a half after the Jamaat of Markaz in Raisen, Madhya Pradesh, the young man who returned to the village was beaten badly by the people.
He was taken to a village farm and kicked, punched and was threatened to put on fire. People suspected that the youth had come to the village to spread coronavirus. The injured youth have been identified as Dilshad alias Mehboob Ali.
Dilshad had arrived in Delhi on Sunday in a vegetable truck from Madhya Pradesh amid lockdown. He was caught by police from Mahendra Park near Azadpur Mandi and shifted to the village after getting his checkup.
It is alleged that a lot of ruckus was created upon his reaching and 3-4 boys from the village took him to the field. During the assault, one of the attackers was making videos from mobile, while the victim repeatedly asked for mercy. The video of the incident went viral in the village.
The badly injured youth were first taken to Baba Ambedkar Hospital through an ambulance from where he was referred to GB Pant Hospital.
According to Delhi police, they have registered a case against some people in the village under sections 323, 341, 506 and 34 of the IPC on the statement of Dilshad’s father Shyamlal at Bawana police station.
A case has also been filed under section 188 of IPC against Dilshad Ali for violating the government order of lockdown. The victim is still in the hospital, his condition is fine.